That she wanted to find a sense of empathy for the people who have hurt her. She wants to release all of the damage that happened in her life. Whatever your take, Lee, Claire, Lisa, Faye and H are back in the room, people — just in time for their 20th anniversary. Tickets: €40–€54.65 Dave Gahan and the lads make their long-awaited return to Ireland. The jammiest X Factor winner of them all, young James Andrew Arthur, bagged the mother of all second chances last year when, after a series of, ahem, career mishaps, the chap scored a massive hit with Say You Won’t Let Go — a major UK and Ireland number one, and Arthur’s first, proper Stateside smash. So, he decided to dedicate You’re Beautiful to yours truly. Support on the night comes from At the Drive-In and Black Honey. Tickets from €32.50 The most divisive rock band in the land, Leicester’s Kasabian released their sixth studio album, For Crying Out Loud, earlier this year. Tickets: €49.50–€59.50 Believe it or not, it’s 15 years since the Idaho native first played Vicar Street. Blunt had, presumably, taken a peek at the guestlist and noticed that a young Herald critic was down to review. Make your own James Blunt memories when the cheeky troubadour returns to the big stage later this month. Oh, yes, I Only Lie When I Love You is a bit of a belter — and there’s plenty more where that came from.“Why would I want a big picture of myself next to me? “My entire life, I’ve been saying no to everything. “I want to be a yes person.” O’Neal was born to actors Joanna Moore and Ryan O’Neal, who split up when she was four.
“When you stop being curious, you’re in trouble,” she says.O’Neal has done rehab and 12-step programmes, though not currently.“In this town, if you’re not in the programme, people think you must be out on the street with a needle hanging out of your arm,” she says.In the first few episodes, O’Neal and her daughter tackled heavy topics: What is it like to have famous parents?What was it like to have a mother who is a drug addict?She doesn’t want to merely rehash her stories, either: she wants to explore other people’s stories. Emily Mc Enroe, 26, has a deep, gravelly voice – a combination of her father’s Queens-influenced stony delivery and her mother’s rasp – and is a fitting sidekick.