Wild Rose star Jessie Buckley is to perform songs from the acclaimed film at a show in Dublin in June.
Following her breakout big screen performance in the musical-drama, Buckley will bring the movie's soundtrack to Whelan's on Saturday, June 29.
Tickets, priced €20, go on sale this Friday at 9:00am from usual outlets.
Buckley has received rave reviews for her performance as tearaway Glaswegian singer Rose-Lynn in the film, which was released in cinemas earlier this month.
The 29-year-old Killarney-born actress and singer, who first came to public attention aged 18 when she was the runner-up in the BBC music talent competition I'd Do Anything, told RTÉ Entertainment that Wild Rose had changed her life.
"Getting an opportunity to work with those musicians like Neill MacColl, who's our guitarist, and the whole band, it was like stepping into a warm bath. I loved every single minute of it," she said.
"I hadn't really sung in a while and I had kind of lost my nerve with it and then it was a completely new genre of music that I hadn't really experienced before. So it was just so nice to step into something really raw, and really listen to as purely as I could and drench my ears with the amazing lyrics that country music has. It was great."
Buckley performed Boulder to Birmingham from Wild Rose on The Late Late Show last month.
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