80’s Popster Nik Kershaw plays at The Pavilion Theatre, Dun Laoghaire


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nik-kershawVintage electro pop prince Nik Kershaw is set to take to the stage at The Pavilion Theatre on September 6th. The gig is part of his “Me, Myself and I“ tour.

Taking his hits on the road, Nik promises to bring back 80’s memories to those of a certain vintage. Kershaw had a string of hits from his two albums “The Riddle” and “Human Racing”. Songs that might strike a chord include “Wouldn’t It Be Good”, “I Won’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me”, “Wide Boy” and “Don Quixote”. Nik went on to write for other artists including the somewhat cheesy Chesney Hawkes with “I Am The One And Only“, a number one hit in 1991. Nik enjoyed rapturous response from audiences at the Rewind Festival in the UK last summer.

The tour kicks off in The Waterfront Hall in Belfast on September 3rd.

Tickets for this trip back in time are €22, on sale April 8th.

By Ciara Sheahan


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