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Editors at Dublin Vicar Street

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Editors are an English indie/alt-rock outfit hailing from Birmingham that formed back in 2002. Currently consisting of frontman Tom Smith, guitarist Justin Lockey, bassist Russell Leetch, drummer Ed Lay, and synth-player Elliott Williams.

Editors will be performing 1 event in Dublin on Monday 2nd March 2020 at the Vicar Street.

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Mon Mar 2 2020 Dublin, Ireland Ireland
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Address: Dublin Vicar Street, 58-59 Thomas St, Dublin 8, Dublin,
Telephone: 017755800
Venue Capacity: 1500
Vicar Street is a live music and performance venue based on Thomas Street in Dublin 8. Originally opened in 1998, and renovated and extended in 2002, it's one of the city's most popular places for music concerts, adult contemporary performances, comedians, and entertainers. It can fit up to 1,500 standing and 1,050 sitting fans.