Saturday, 24th March 2018
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Hudson Taylor have played the biggest shows of their career in 2017. During the summer they performed on the main stage at Electric Picnic to a crowd of 40,000 and more recently played to 35,000 people over 4 shows at the 3Arena and INEC, as special guests to Picture This. They end the year playing 2 other huge shows, first at the 2FM Xmas Ball at 3Arena with The Script, The Coronas and Gavin James and then the NYE Countdown Concert at Custom House Quay with Kodaline. In between those two, they play a special Xmas show for their Waterford fans at Project on Friday, 29 December (Doors 7.30pm). Tickets are on sale now at projectandshortts,

Dublin duo, brothers Harry and Alfie, released their debut album ‘Singing For Strangers’ in early 2015. Produced by the band and long-term collaborator Iain Archer, the record featured fan favourites Chasing Rubies, Battles and Weapons, and was a top 3 hit in the Irish album charts. The Singing For Strangers tour saw the siblings embark on a mammoth run of dates across Ireland and the UK including two hometown headline shows at the Olympia Theatre. Having spent the majority of 2016 touring across Europe, this year they have concentrated on recording songs for their new album, due for release in 2018. The first single from it "Feel It Again’ has been a massive radio hit over the last few months and augurs well for the international break through everyone is expecting for them next year.


Letters to the Editor


    Cold war reheatedThe nerve agent attack on former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia has without a doubt ratcheted up tensions between not only the United KIngdom and Russia but also the entire Western Alliance. Such a blatant attack using nerve agents has not been seen on European soil since the Second World War and is being directly attributed by the British as a direct attack by the Russians. British Prime Minister Theresa May has already brought to a halt high level relations between …

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