The Late David Turpin as part of Tiger Dublin Fringe presents

Music

ROMANCES

Dates: 17 Sep - 17 Sep

Show Time: 9.00pm

Tickets: €14 - €16

Love hurts and heals, transforms and destroys. From the deepest part of us, love sings.

Pop auteur David Turpin, joined by an eclectic cast, presents his first new body of work since 2013’s acclaimed We Belong Dead album.

A once-off theatrical concert twinning lush electronics with the boundless variety of the human voice, Romances is a sinister, erotic, tender-hearted and cool-blooded excursion to the inner chambers of the human heart.

Featuring Bear Worship, Benny Smiles, Elephant, Gar Cox, Hunter-Gatherer, Jaime Nanci, Samuel Vas-Y, Tonnta Vocal Ensemble and Veda Beaux Reves, with a special surprise guest.


 

“Highly original”
The Irish Times


 

Running time: 70 min


 

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