This Sunday we will be joining music fans in Derry-Londonderry with
a live streaming of the closing concert of the Other Voices festival, featuring Beth Orton, Daughter, James Yorkston and Two Door Cinema Club, at our new Camera Café & Bar.
Come down to mingle and join in the raffle to win some of the very limited tickets available for Other Voices - Londonin April. Also, why not enjoy a special offer on drinks for you and you friends - buy two large glasses of wine and get the rest of the bottle free, on any wine available by the glass.
What is Other Voices? Since 2002, the tiny 200 year-old St. James’ Church in Dingle, Co. Kerry, Ireland has played host to Other Voices, the seminal music TV series recorded each December in this small ﬁshing town on the edge of Europe.
Over the years, Other Voices has welcomed some of the world’s most eclectic music-makers and captured on ﬁlm scores inspiring one-off live performances. Artists over the past 10 years have included Jarvis Cocker, Richard Hawley, The National, Spiritualized, Amy Winehouse, Edwyn Collins, Speech Debelle, Billy Bragg, Ray Davies, Seasick Steve, Sinéad O’Connor and many more.
While only 80 lucky guests are able to see the performances inside St James’ Church, the streets and pubs of Dingle are filled with music fans who - with the help of new technology - enjoy the live streaming of the concerts into the town's pubs and bars.
Before Other Voices arrives to London for the first time, produced by the Barbican, the festival takes up residency from 8 to 10 February at Glassworks
in Derry-Londonderry, celebrating the city’s eminent status as UK
Capital of Culture 2013.