September, October & November

You can see what's coming up across our projects over the next couple of months here...

We're very excited to announce that on Friday 4th October, we'll be releasing 'Oblivion and Beyond' : a new EP of songs written through the Distant Voices project, produced and recorded by the multi-talented, Donna Maciocia!

These songs have been co-written by celebrated songwriters and people with first-hand experience of recovery and the criminal justice system.

Upcoming Gigs

To celebrate the launch there will be two evenings of live music exploring recovery and 'coming home'.

Both are free to attend and non-ticketed.

Tuesday 8th October 2019, 9.30pm - Hootananny, Inverness, 67 Church Street, IV1 1ES

Distant Voices trio show featuring Donna Maciocia, Ross Clark (Fiskur), Jill O' Sullivan (Jill Lorean).

To keep up to date visit our Facebook event page.

Thursday 10th October 2019, 8pm - Mr C's, Thurso, Traill Street, KW14 8EG

Donna Maciocia solo show.

To keep up to date visit our Facebook event page.

Practitioner Workshops

We invite frontline practitioners including social workers, support workers and other professionals who work with people in recovery or ‘coming home’ from the criminal justice system to join this interactive exploration of desistance and recovery in a creative environment. Facilitated by Vox Liminis staff and featuring live performances of song from the Oblivion and Beyond EP (released on 4th October 2019), the workshops will spark new conversations, insights and highlight existing practices to share with others beyond the Highlands. It promises to be an illuminating and uplifting experience!

Back in March, some of the musicians from In Tune were at Chem19, working on new arrangements and recordings of songs written in In Tune workshops. We look forward to sharing these tracks with you soon. Keep an eye on the website for more updates! In September the KIN collective are heading off on a residential weekend. They'll be working with visual artist, Beth Shapeero to create a new zine!


Together with Thom Scullion, the Kin Collective have designed and developed 'LIMBO', an interactive workshop for schools which explores issues of family imprisonment through a variety of creative exercises and role play. On Friday October 25th, we're inviting teachers, youth workers & anyone else working with young people affected by the imprisonment of a family member to come and experience LIMBO! Click here for full details.
Unbound continues every Tuesday evening from 6- 8.30pm!
Come along and get creative on Tuesday evenings at our space in the Gallowgate. This year we have had stints from Lucy Cathcart Froden, Claire McKay (Martha Ffion) and Ross Clark (Fiskur) as our Artists-in-Residence. Lots of great work has been made- from songs and poems to radio jingles. If you or someone you know is interested in getting involved in our community meal and creative space,  just drop an email to