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The Divine Comedy, Barbican, review: a celebration of an irrepressible talent

At the height of Britpop, Neil Hannon, the Divine Comedy’s auteur, initiated a run of witty, zeitgeisty hits which established his reputation as a savvy, cocked-eyebrow songwriter. Yet, this impish Northern-Irish born Dubliner always seemed an outsider to mid-Nineties Cool Britannia, more at home with the cast and writers behind the Channel 4 sitcom Father Ted, for which he wrote the intro music, than with Blur, Oasis or even Pulp.

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