• eirOtherVoices2017

ST JAMES' CHURCH

eir Other Voices returns to Kerry this December 1, 2 and 3, clocking up the 16th installment of the world-renowned TV series recording sessions that reverberate around St. James’ Church in Dingle, later edited and broadcast on RTE2 and around the world as Other Voices, Ireland’s longest running music TV series.

Over the years a dynamic, eclectic, free music and arts festival has flourished alongside the TV recordings in Dingle, broadening the musical offering, introducing spoken word, artistic and theatrical elements, taking the eir Other Voices experience beyond the tiny capacity of the Church sessions and bringing it to the thousands of music fans from home and abroad, who brave the mercurial winter weather of the Wild Atlantic Way to immerse themselves in a weekend of glorious musical diversity.

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REGISTRATION: MUSIC TRAIL

Over seventy gigs and talks over the festival weekend will, as always, be completely free. All those who have registered in advance will have their names entered into a draw to win tickets to St. James Church. 

Gigs in the following venues on the Music Trail will only be accessible by those who have registered and collected their wristband:

 An Diseart // An Chonair // Nellie Freds // McCarthy’s

Registration on Eventbrite is free. Please remember - registration on eventbrite does not guarantee access. Capacity is limited across all venues, so entry on the night will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Tickets can be exchanged for wristbands in the The Hub. More information about ticket exchange and event access will be sent out in the coming weeks.

Your guide to everything going on at the weekend can now be downloaded here

Register Here

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BANTER

For the sixth year in a row, BANTER takes over Foxy John’s in Dingle during Other Voices for a weekend of premier league conversations and music. 
Joining us this year by the fire will be playwright and David Bowie collaborator Enda Walsh, Rough Trade Records’ Geoff Travis and Jeannette Lee, film director Emer Reynolds (The Farthest), The Guardian US editor John Mulholland, AVA festival founder Sarah McBriar, biochemist Luke O’Neill and writer and broadcaster Una Mullally with her arts review of the year. 
There will also be music at Banter from Maria Kelly, Roe, Josienne & Ben and Cáitlin Nic Gabhann and Ciarán Ó Maonaigh. 
Admission is free and the event starts each day at 2PM.

IMRO Other Room

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  • Waxing Lyrical

Waxing Lyrical

Using the cassette tape and its innards as a medium, the artists unravel human stories of love and loss, nostalgia, found sound, human consciousness, and more.  While some of the artists in this show have been challenged to explore the medium for the first time, others have made art inspired by tapes for decades.  There is also a focus on Brian Hegarty's contemporary Irish cassette label thirtythree-45, as well as archival specimens of the '80s and early '90s compilation tape era from DJ Cian O'Cíobháin.

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