“An artist at the top of her game pushing herself to be better and trusting us to keep up. It’s thrilling to watch" The Scotsman
"She treats every song as an intense emotional journey…hypnotic… such an outpouring of passion you can't resist being drawn into her web" Independent (UK)
“One of the top 25 performances ever on Later with Jools BBC” Daily Telegraph
Camille O'Sullivan is a singer/actress who enjoys a formidable international reputation for her interpretations of the songs of Nick Cave, Brel, Waits, Bowie, Radiohead and more. The award-winning singer - has stunned audiences around the world with her sell-out performances including Sydney Opera House, London’s Royal Festival Hall, The Roundhouse and a show-stealing appearance on Later with Jools Holland BBC.
Chameleon-like on stage, as much storyteller as singer each song is a different character to inhabit with its story to tell, Dark, light fierce, amusing and mesmerizing, Camille transforms each song into “an intense theatrical experience, drawing her audience into a world illuminated by the dark and the light”. The show has also been described as “an emotional rollercoaster”.
>>This is a seated show only.
>>Groups should arrive to venue together. Seats are not assigned and will be seated on a first come first seated basis.
>>Proof of vaccine certs are required upon arrival
>>Customers will have to wear face coverings at all times when not seated
>>The lead booker must provide details for contact tracing should it be required.
>>Please do not attend these events if you have any symptoms of COVID19 .
>>Admission subject to Covid health guidelines for indoor performances at the time of concert.
>>There is a very limited number of tickets available for these events, capacity and seating set up will depend on public health guidance at the time of the concert.
>>All concerts are over 18.
>>Lead booker must provide identification at venue.
>>Public health guidance at the time of the concert must be adhered to at all times.
>>This show has been part funded by the Department of Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sports and Media through the Live Performance Support Scheme.