Grace Jones will perform a second show in Dublin's Olympia theatre next week, with tickets on sale from Thursday morning.
The first performance of Grace Jones: The Musical of My Life, which takes place on Wednesday next September 21, sold out in minutes, with many fans disappointed at not being able to secure tickets. There were also complaints that many of the tickets were quickly for sale on authorised re-sale sites for multiples of the original face value
Due to popular demand, a second performance has now been added on Thursday next, September 22, giving those fans another opportunity to see the music and fashion icon in action.
The gigs are being filmed as part of an upcoming documentary about the 68-year-old Jamaican who was a massive star in the 1980s with hits such as Pull Up to the Bumper, I've Seen That Face Before, Private Life, and Slave to the Rhythm.
The project, involving Irish production companies Blinder Films and Sligoville, has been on the go for over ten years and is being directed by Sophie Fiennes, the sister of actors Ralph and Joseph.
Jones was also among the first acts announced for the Metropolis festival in Dublin this November alongside hip hop pioneers The Sugarhill Gang and Dublin extreme noise merchants Girl Band.
Tickets for her second Olympia date went on sale on Thursday morning at 9am and are limited to two per purchase and are priced at €49.95 from Ticketmaster.