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Everything Everything - RESCHEDULED

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MCD Presents
Everything Everything
The Olympia Theatre
Sunday 7th October 2018 - new rescheduled date

Message from Everything Everything

"Dublin, we were gutted to have to cancel our Olympia Theatre show on Wednesday 28th February due to the weather and the fans transport restrictions. We have rescheduled the gig for Sunday 7th October! All original tickets will remain valid. Can't wait to do this."

**Tickets on sale NOW. Please note Standing and Circle tickets are now sold out. Upper Circle tickets still remain**

Following the release of their fourth album A Fever Dream, Everything Everything have announced a UK and Ireland tour making a stop off at The Olympia Theatre on Sunday 7th October 2018.

Tickets priced from €23.50 including booking fee and €1 restoration levy on sale NOW via, usual Ticketmaster outlets nationwide (list here) including The Olympia Theatre Box Office, and by calling Ticketmaster at The Olympia Phone Bookings on 0818 719 330.

Please note, Stalls standing & Circle seated tickets are completely sold out, Upper Circle unreserved seats only available now but selling quickly.

The fees for this event include a €1.00 restoration levy. The restoration levy will allow The Olympia Theatre to invest in maintaining and enhancing the theatre to ensure that it continues to consistently deliver the highest quality experience for theatre goers, actors, performers & producers.

Under 14's must be accompanied by an adult, Over 18's ID required to gain access to the bars where alcohol is served. 

Approximate stage times as follows: doors open 7pm, support from David Kitt around 8pm, with Everything Everything due on stage at 9pm. We would estimate the show to be over somewhere between 10.15pm/10.45pm.

Please note, times subject to change as always and should be used as a guideline only.


Lead vocalist Johnathan Higgs believes A Fever Dream contains the “most intense” songs the band have ever written, it also holds moments of great tenderness - the piano-led New Deep for example. “We purposely set out not to have any downtime on the last record, and I think we decided to have some calm on this one,” he explains. “Just because we’re humans and the world is in such turmoil, we needed those moments of introspection.” Robertshaw agrees: “All our records are trying to cover as much ground as possible for our own excitement really,” he says. “We like to have heart-wrenching moments next to complete rage.”

A Fever Dream is a rare and quite remarkable achievement: an album that is charged and political, that takes the temperature of the times, that will surely stand as one of the year’s most important albums, yet on a most visceral level is arresting, beautiful, tender, and thoroughly, irresistibly danceable. It is that exceptional kind of record that demands cerebral, emotional and physical response — as Higgs says: “You shouldn’t be sitting down the first time you hear it.”



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