A year after their 'last hurrah', Turn... er, return on December 28.
For all of you who thought last December's Button Factory show was your final chance to see much-loved Irish indie heroes Turn on stage, we have good news today.
Ollie Cole and co have confirmed that they will play another one-off show in the same venue on December 28.,
The Christmas time show is to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of their Forward album, which is about to get a digital release. Expect plenty of numbers from all three of their records when they return to their familiar Temple Bar surroundings.
Tickets are on sale now, priced at €13.50 from usual outlets.
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