Ever-keen to play on these shores, Londoner Kate Nash has already planned a follow-up to her November visit.
Fans who didn't manage to bag ticket to her Ambassador show will have to be quick off the mark this time around. The young Ms Nash is set to play the Olympia on 25 February.
Having brushed away Lily Allen comparisons with her debut album Made Of Bricks, expect a confident performance including her breakthrough hit 'Foundations'.
Tickets are priced at €25.
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