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Aoife ODonovan at London Kings Place

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Aoife O’Donovan is an indie-folk singer-songwriter from Boston, Massachusetts.

Aoife ODonovan will be performing 1 event in London on Saturday 4th February 2023 at the Kings Place.

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Saturday 4th February 2023 London, UK UK
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Aoife ODonovan
London, Kings Place
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Address: London Kings Place, 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG
Telephone: 020 7520 1490
Venue Capacity: 420
Kings Place is a music and visual arts venue and restaurant, which also includes conference and office space. It has been the home to The Guardian newspaper since 2008 and is also home to the Aurora Orchestra and OperaUpClose. It features two halls; 420-seat concert hall with fixed seating and 330 standing capacity performance and rehearsal space, as well as a 100 capacity auditorium, three rehearsal break-out spaces, recording and broadcasting facilities and a sculpture gallery.