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Music / November 21, 2022

The Murder Capital to play “Other Voices: Home” at The Guinness Storehouse

Image: Other Voices
Music / November 21, 2022

The Murder Capital to play “Other Voices: Home” at The Guinness Storehouse

“Other Voices: Home” is returning for an intimate gig in Dublin following a weekend of performances in Dingle.

Post-punk five-piece The Murder Capital will join in an evening of musical performances at the Guinness Storehouse with “Other Voices: Home” on December 14. This is the third annual series organised by Other Voices at the Guinness Storehouse.

Hosted by Irish musician MayKay, “Other Voices: Home” brings the talent and curation of Other Voices in Dingle back to Dublin. Other performers announced today are poet John Cummins and traditional artists Seán McKeon and Liam O’Connor. More artists will be announced in the upcoming weeks.

Rounding off its 21st anniversary celebrations, Other Voices will travel from St James’ Church in Dingle to St. James’s Gate for one last night of intimate performances.

This is Murder Capital’s second collaboration with Other Voices, having performed at the Guinness Storehouse in 2020.

Other Voices founder Philip King said, “Since first we partnered with the team at the Guinness Storehouse our collaboration has only strengthened. We’re proud of the strong relationship between Other Voices in Dingle and the Home of Guinness, together bringing story and song to the heart of the Liberties, Dublin’s Cultural and Creative Quarter.”

Other Voices: Home at the Guinness Storehouse will take place live and online, with the intimate performances streaming globally via Other Voices and Guinness Storehouse’s social media channels. Click here to find out more information.

Other Voices will hold their Dingle Gin Music Trail from December 2 to December 3. Featured performers include Gemma Dunleavy, BRICKNASTY, Selló and Gilla Band.

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