Ask Sinéad O’Connor

Ahead of a run of live dates - including shows at London's Albert Hall and the Barbican Centre - and a new single, Sinéad O'Connor is set to answer your questions in Uncut as part of our regular An Audience With... feature. So, is there anything you've ever wanted to ask Sinéad? Her previous collaborations include Brian Eno, Ian Brown and Christy Moore; is there anyone she'd still like to work with? What are her memories of playing at Roger Waters' The Wall concert in Berlin in 1990? What does she remember about the music scene growing up in Dublin the 1970s?

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Ahead of a run of live dates – including shows at London’s Albert Hall and the Barbican Centre – and a new single, Sinéad O’Connor is set to answer your questions in Uncut as part of our regular An Audience With… feature.

So, is there anything you’ve ever wanted to ask Sinéad?

Her previous collaborations include Brian Eno, Ian Brown and Christy Moore; is there anyone she’d still like to work with?
What are her memories of playing at Roger Waters’ The Wall concert in Berlin in 1990?
What does she remember about the music scene growing up in Dublin the 1970s?

Send up your questions by noon, Friday, December 7 to uncutaudiencewith@ipcmedia.com. The best questions, and Sinead’s answers, will be published in a future edition of Uncut magazine. Please include your name and location with your question.

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