The programme for this year’s Women’s Work has been announced.
The annual festival, which is run by Belfast’s Oh Yeah Music Centre, will return online across June 17-20. As with previous outings, it’s set to be another electric celebration of women in music.
Among the many showcases, Q+As, panels and gigs is the launch of Dani Larkin’s long-anticipated debut album, Notes for a Maiden Warrior, Oh Yeah Getting to Know events with Larkin and Pillow Queens and NI Electronic Workshop by Hannah Peel (pictured).
For full info, go to the official Women’s Work festival website.
“Women’s Work is a celebration of the multi-genre females at work, both on and off the stage, in Ireland,” said Charlene Hegarty, Talent Development Manager at Oh Yeah and the festival’s coordinator. “I am delighted it’s back for a 5th year and burning brighter than ever. The programme is just a snapshot and it brings me incredible joy to work in collaboration with these talented and creative women. I hope you enjoy what we have planned for you.”