Other Voices: Home at The Guinness Storehouse returns for its fourth instalment on the 21st of November and they’re bringing a star-studded lineup with them as The Streets, Mahalia, FIZZ, The Bonny Men, Morgana and spoken word artist Dagogo Hart perform at one of Dublin’s most iconic venues.

Other Voices has just announced the return of the legendary Mike Skinner and The Streets as the London-based act returns to Dublin City for an intimate show at The Guinness Storehouse. The Streets are back with a brand new album, feature film and a long-awaited tour across the UK and Ireland, called “The Darker the Shadow, The Brighter the Light”. 

Hosted by MayKay, this special gig marks the start of the seasonal celebrations at St. James’s Gate with an intimate and unforgettable evening of songs, stories, and collaborations for audiences at home and worldwide. A limited number of free tickets will be on sale on Tuesday 14th November at noon. The show will also be available to stream live online via Othervoices.ie.

The full lineup features Mahalia, FIZZ, The Bonny Men, Morgana and spoken word artist Dagogo Hart. Home at the Guinness Storehouse takes place live and online on Tuesday 21st November at 7.30 pm. The intimate performances will stream globally via Other Voices and Guinness Storehouse’s social media channels. A limited number of free tickets go live here at 12pm on Tuesday 14th November. 

Philip King, Other Voices founder, said: “In our fourth year producing Other Voices: Home at the Guinness Storehouse, we are thrilled to announce a new date and to extend a warm welcome to this curation of hugely talented artists. St. James’s Gate and St. James’ Church are bound together by our shared knowledge of culture and community, and we are proud to call the Home of Guinness our Dublin home. This promises to be a memorable night reflecting the song, sounds and stories of the Liberties to audiences across Ireland and around the world.” 

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