Philip King is raising hares in a church

As co-founder of the Other Voices festival, King is charged with discovering new talent while staying true to the growing festival’s ethos and Kerry roots

12th November, 2017
Philip King: ‘Other Voices is a privilege to do’ Pic: Bryan Meade

Ahare’s corner is a corner of a field left untouched by the farmer, in order to provide a place of refuge and safety for a hare to make its form, or nest. Philip King – musician, broadcaster and the co-founder of the hugely acclaimed Other Voices festival in Dingle – sees the west of Ireland as our country’s own hare’s corner.

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