Coinciding with the release of their eleventh album, Foreverland, The Divine Comedy play Limerick University Concert Hall on September 5.
Since the formation of the Divine Comedy in 1989, Neil Hannon has continued to remain one of the most revered songwriters across the UK and Ireland, with projects including the cricket-based Duckworth Lewis Method. His lyricism is cynically romantic, and sincerely ironic, and has lost none of its lustre over the years - watch the video for 'To The Rescue'.
Tickets cost from €33.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.