The Scottish singer will play here next month.
Emeli Sandé, the singer-songwriter who's penned hits for Tinie Tempah, Professor Green, Tinchy Stryder, Cheryl Cole, Susan Boyle and The Saturdays has confirmed a one-off acoustic show in Dublin's Sugar Club on November 30.
Tickets, priced €19.90 (including booking fee) go on sale this Friday, October 7. [link]www.ticketmaster.ie[/link]
Here's Emeli performing 'Heaven' (taken from her forthcoming debut album Our Version Of Events) on Later... With Jools Holland.
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