London Screening of Other Voices

Other Voices: Bringing It All Back Home

A London Screening of Other Voices at the Irish Cultural Centre in Hammersmith

Other Voices is coming to UCC to present a spectacular night of music, live streamed from the University’s striking riverside campus, on Thursday, September 29th.

Alumni and Development at UCC, in partnership with UCC’s London Alumni Chapter, invites London-based alumni and friends to gather for a special screening, live from the Aula Maxima, at the Irish Cultural Centre in Hammersmith.

The screening begins at 7pm and attendees are invited to gather beforehand, from 6pm, at the bar in the Irish Cultural Centre for an informal meet-and-greet with the London Alumni Chapter committee and with fellow London-based alumni and friends of UCC.

To book a place at this special screening, please register in advance.  The names of registered attendees will be provided to the Irish Cultural Centre in advance of the screening.

Thu 29 September 2022

Showing starts at 7.00pm


UCC’s iconic Aula Maxima, its much-loved Honan Chapel, and its Glucksman Gallery will be the backdrops for Other Voices: Bringing It All Back Home which promises to be an unforgettable night of music and song in Cork.  The event is supported by Bank of Ireland.

Hosted by legendary Other Voices presenter MayKay, line-up will include a remarkable array of the country’s most brilliant musicians: Mercury Prize nominee SOAK, Cork-born, London-based rising star Cian Ducrot, a solo set from the magnificent Susan O’Neill, as well as an exclusive performance from critically acclaimed Cork-born experimental artist Biig Piig.

Performances across the UCC campus will include alt-electronic artist and member of the Soft Boy Collective Yenkee, art-punk Cork three piece Pretty Happy, three-part harmony trio Rufus Nightjar consisting of Branwen Kavanagh, Anna Mieke and Zoe Basha, plus a band of UCC traditional musicians led by Caitlín Nic Gabhann, UCC’s artist in residence for 2022.

UCC President Professor John O’Halloran stated that the most beautiful campus in Ireland will echo with music and dance:
“The arts have the power to both inspire and bring people together. After two years of the pandemic our community will be brought together, as the most beautiful University campus in Ireland will echo with music and dance. We have exciting plans for the future development of arts and culture at UCC and we are proud to welcome home distinguished UCC alumnus Philip King. We thank Bank of Ireland for their support and hope this event is enjoyed by all both at home and across the world.”

Full details are available at and by following #OVUCC on social media.

This collaborative livestream is produced in partnership by South Wind Blows, Other Voices and UCC and made possible with the generous support of the Department of Media, Tourism, Arts, Culture, Sport and the Gaeltacht and Bank of Ireland.