Archive for May, 2009

MASSIVE ticket giveaway!!

May 29, 2009

Because the weather is fabulous, its a bank holiday weekend and Carrick is buzzing we are in a great mood…so good a mood in fact that we have an amazing competition for you!

We have got a pair tickets up for grabs  for not one, not two but three shows!!!

First up, next Tuesday is John B. Keanes classic “Confessions of an Irish Publician” starring the inimitable Des Keogh

Second in top class music with two of Irelands most gifted musicians, Kevin Crawford and Cillian Vallely

And last but not least is the hilarious Andrew Stanley who presents his side splitting show MISH MASH for the final Leitrim Laughs Comedy Club of the summer with special guests Fred Cooke and Neil Hickey. 

All you have to do is send Michelle an email with your name and contact details and the name of the show you would like to win tickets too…its that simple.

So what are you waiting for? Get entering and have a great Bank Holiday weekend!

 

The Dock Team

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Family Fun in the galleries

May 29, 2009

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Preparation is under way for our family fun day this Saturday the 30th of May at 2pm. Sarah Stevens, tutor for the day, was busying herself about the exhibition this morning dreaming up wonderful ways for families to play and create together in gallery 2. Gallery 2 is a great space to hang about in, lots of light, tall ceilings and of course at the moment Denis Farrell’s paintings powerfully holding court with the room. Next Saturday will be our second Family Fun Day, as Arty Party keeps reminding us …a better name is coming…. ideas most welcome. It is great to offer families a space within the community to come and chill out together and most importantly have some fun together. It is really important to The Dock that the family fun day is seen as our way of highlighting how important it is that families are provided with public spaces to relax in and be a family in. Life can sometimes end up being lived in a whirl with the most important things, like time together; being forgotten… so come on in this Saturday bring the Granddads and the Aunties and enjoy being a family.

Claire Mc Aree – Visual Arts Co ordinator