After the last round of U2 gigs in Croke Park, The Church on Jervis street established themselves as the pre and post concert option for international and Irish fans. They put on themed drinks, live performances from tribute acts, and played the groups tunes all weekend long. The band is now celebrating 40 years […]read more
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