January 17, 2013, 8:18 am -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- One of the last three decades' most-loved and surprising singer-songwriters, Sinead O'Connor, is to come to London this January for a special concert at LSO St Luke's in Clerkenwell on January 17th.
Raising money for the charity Mad Pride Ireland, the show is part of her Crazy Baldhead Tour, which finds the evocative singer playing with a new 7-piece band, showcasing material from her acclaimed new album as well as old favourites.
O'Connor's latest album, How About I Be Me (And You Be You) as gained widespread praise from the music press, hailing a return to form in a career spanning 25 years. The Independent called it ‘feisty, fresh and confident' and the BBC said it was her ‘best album in years'.
LSO St Luke's is located on Old Street in Clerkenwell and is no stranger to big musical names. As well as working extensively with local residents and music groups, the building also puts on concerts from a wide range of artists, from its residents London Symphony Orchestra to big names in pop and rock.
O'Connor fans looking to make a journey up to the capital for these special concerts can take a look at LondonTown.com for offers and ideas on London hotels, including several in the trendy Clerkenwell/Shoreditch/Barbican areas.
The 3* Thistle City Barbican Hotel has doubles from £71 – a discount of over 60% - on January 17 th ; also a short walk away from St Luke's is The ZetterHotel London on Clerkenwell Road, a 4* luxury hotel with doubles from £175.