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The Cribs announce Irish dates
Double shot for cult UK outfit...
The Hot Press Newsdesk, 24 Sep 2012
Yorkshire noisemakers The Cribs are set for a return to Irish shores when they pitch up at Dublin's Olympia Theatre on Thursday November 8 and Belfast's Mandela Hall the following night Friday November 9 in support of latest long-player In The Belly Of The Brazen Bull.
Tickets for the Olympia show priced €22 and Mandela Hall priced £20 go on sale this Wednesday September 26 via Ticketmaster and all usual outlets.
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