Michael Hann

There’s a magic to hearing music in such small audiences: Divine Comedy reviewed

Plus: one felt sad for Working Men's Club, whose first tour comprised of three half-hour shows in one evening in one London club with everyone seated

'The best hour I've spent in a very long time': Neil Hannon of Divine Comedy performing at the Barbican. Image: Mark Allan/Barbican

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