Other Voices have been dripfeeding out the details of their twelfth season but here’s a breakdown of the day by day in St James’s Church for those lucky enough to get tickets and the free Music trail for all:
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For those who don’t make it into the church, the live action will be streamed locally in bars around the town as well as online via rte.ie/othervoices, the RTÉ Player and http://www.theguardian.com/uk. Streaming will also be live direct to a selection of venues in Derry city including Sandinos, The Gweedore, Masons and The Grand Central.
Other Voices Music Trail
Dingle will host the hugely popular Other Voices Music Trail, with a brilliant line-up of shows in venues around the town including Come On Live Long, Maud In Cahoots, Slow Skies, Bouts, Hermitage Green, Leanne Harte, Little Bear and many more . All Other Voices Music Trail events are free and will take place before and after the Church happenings. http://dingle2013.othervoices.ie/music-trail
This year also sees a return of Banter, a salon style series of discussion and debate curated and hosted by Jim Carroll which takes place in Foxy John’s Friday (5-6pm), Saturday (2-6pm) and Sunday (2-6pm). Names already announced include: Eimear McBride, David Gray, Alice Maher, John Grant, Donal Ryan and Pat Leahy. http://dingle2013.othervoices.ie/banter
Each year, Other Voices provides a TV and online platform for new and emerging acts in the IMRO Other Room. Hundreds of applications for a performance slot have been coming in over the last week and the Viewer’s Choice shortlist will be announced and put to the public vote tonight at 9pm on www.rte.ie/othervoices
Tickets, once again, will be free and can be won through various online and media competitions so keep an eye on the new website www.othervoices.ie . To stay up to date with announcements please log on to othervoices.ie and follow on Facebook (Other Voices) and Twitter (@othervoices).