Sinéad O’Connor sells out Vicar Street!




“No one writes or performs like Sinead, a fearless and empowering force, a tower of tenderness and strength..This is a Celtic Queen performing on a career high” Irish Mirror *****

“With a voice more expressive and nuanced than it’s been in a long time and a whole new lyrical palette to play with,this is Sinead O’Connor’s Farewell to Arms”. Irish Times ****

“O’Connor enjoyed a career renaissance with her outstanding 2012 album ‘How About I Be Me (And You Be You)?’,and this follow-up is every bit as good, if not better” The Irish Star *****

It has been an incredible year for Sinéad O’Connor from storming the airplay charts

with singles ‘Take Me To Church’ and ‘8 Good Reasons’, her outstanding new album

‘I’m Not Bossy, I’m The Boss’ going straight into the Irish Album Charts at #1

(her first #1 album since the release of ‘I Do Not Want What I Haven’t Got’ in 1990),

being on the cover of nearly every publication in Ireland and Billboard Magazine,

headlining WOMAD Festival, playing Electric Picnic, selling out her show in

The National Concert Hall, appearing on Bob Geldof’s Band Aid 30 single,

being the first female to ever present The Late Late Show, and to round the year off nicely it has

just been announced that Sinéad’s last gig of 2014 in Vicar Street December 16 has just sold out!

A great year to mark Sinéad’s 30th Anniversary of her career!

‘Take Me To Church’ –

‘8 Good Reasons’ –