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[ December 14, 2011 at 2:04 pm by TheDock ]

In the beginning, there was Carrick, quietly huddled onto the majestic river Shannon, which was the olden day when it was almost impossible to get a decent cuppa in town. Then, there was The Dock, a magnificent centre for the arts emerging within the shell of the town’s former courthouse. And there am I, never a local, but never a stranger, my father has not worked the Irish land, but here it is where my daughter will get her first kiss and my sons play hide and seek in the field as if it always has been their own. Remember those summers 1995, ’96, with a full blazing sun for weeks on end? That was when this country became my home, it seems a lifetime away, and today I endure the rain like all of us…

Harnessing Creativity at The Dock, last minute…

[ September 26, 2013 at 4:53 pm by TheDock ]

Just passing on last minute news, copying and pasting, sorry folks for non-charming way…

The Edge of our Bodies at The Dock

[ July 14, 2013 at 11:26 pm by TheDock ]
Promo video for The Edge of Our Bodies, this weekend at The Dock, filmed by Neil O’Driscoll and directed by Jimmy Fay. The Farrell girls are going the whole way. A show not to be missed if you ask me.

‘Tom Crean’ at The Dock

[ May 21, 2013 at 11:28 pm by TheDock ]

Only few may not have heard the stories of those antarctic explorers around the beginning of last century, and Tom Crean amongst these pioneers has found his niche in history, definitely in our hearts, in a handful but too few mesmerizing books. I personally devoured those books in the last decade, and let me tell you, once you start looking into the lives of those men, there is no stopping, no going back at all. A tale of hardship worth telling and whenever fellow men knew desperation, it was definitely known at those expeditions. These stories that make you weep from the sheer agony and loneliness of those travels, as well as reveling awe at what the human soul is capable of, and what acts of kindness are possible in the face of  imminent death.

Harnessing Creativity: Capacity Building Workshops 1, 30 May 2013

[ May 15, 2013 at 1:31 pm by TheDock ]

Hi folks, passing on some useful infos in my humble Dock Blogger function, check out upcoming workshops, this might be just right for you… Your D B

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