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Making Waves Youth Theatre

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Making Waves YT is for young people (14-18 years) in Greystones and environs who are interested in performing, drama and exploring their creativity.

A community initiative, the Making Waves Youth Theatre Group is generously sponsored by Ross McParland of Greystones Studios and The Whale Theatre, and facilitated by Ciarán Coogan (actor/playwright) and Aideen Walton (Artistic Director Greystones Players) and administered by Joanne O’Shea (solicitor/community volunteer). We aim to provide teenagers in Greystones and its environs with the opportunity and space to learn about and make great theatre, through workshops, productions and attending other theatrical productions.
This creative space will be a safe and secure one, free of cameras, phones, or social media. Our workshops will take place in Greystones Studios every Sunday afternoon (within the school calendar) between 2.15pm and 4.15pm from Sunday, September 30th.

Ciarán Coogan (Facilitator) is an actor and playwright with 20 years of theatre experience commercially, on stage and on screen. He is an accomplished facilitator and has studied both Youth Arts Facilitation and Youth Studies at Maynooth University. Ciarán’s writing credits include One Man Many Voices, commissioned by St. John of Gods mental health services, which toured nationally. His Counter Culture won Best New Short Play at Boyle Arts Festival 2013.

Aideen Walton (Facilitator) has studied acting at The Lír, TCD and directing at DLI UL. In 2016, she founded Greystones Players, a community theatre group, and is currently its Artistic Director, running weekly workshops for members. Aideen’s directing credits with Greystones Players at the Whale Theatre include Dancing at Lughnasa (May 2017), Connections (four one-act plays, November 2017), The Playboy of the Western World (April 2018) and Summer Shorts (June 2018).

Joanne O’Shea (Administrator), a graduate of TCD, is a solicitor with over ten years’ in-house experience as legal consultant with a charitable organisation and five years as Head of Legal Function there. An active member of the Greystones community, Joanne is a member of Greystones Players and has acted in The Playboy of the Western World and Summer Shorts. She is also a qualified colunetter coach with Greystones Athletics Club.

Whether your interest is in acting or in one of the various elements that go into production – sound, lighting, set design, costume, make-up – this group will have a place for you!

You can find out more about this exciting new drama group on Facebook here, or you can email Joanne O’Shea to youththeatre.greystones@gmail.com. Or, of course, just drop by on a Sunday afternoon at Greystones Studios, and check ’em out!

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A community initiative, the Making Waves Youth Theatre Group is generously sponsored by Ross McParland of Greystones Studios and The Whale Theatre, and facilitated by Ciarán Coogan (actor/playwright) and Aideen Walton (Artistic Director Greystones Players) and administered by Joanne O’Shea (solicitor/community volunteer). We aim to provide teenagers in Greystones and its environs with the opportunity and space to learn about and make great theatre, through workshops, productions and attending other theatrical productions.
This creative space will be a safe and secure one, free of cameras, phones, or social media. Our workshops will take place in Greystones Studios every Sunday afternoon (within the school calendar) between 2.15pm and 4.15pm from Sunday, September 30th.

Ciarán Coogan (Facilitator) is an actor and playwright with 20 years of theatre experience commercially, on stage and on screen. He is an accomplished facilitator and has studied both Youth Arts Facilitation and Youth Studies at Maynooth University. Ciarán’s writing credits include One Man Many Voices, commissioned by St. John of Gods mental health services, which toured nationally. His Counter Culture won Best New Short Play at Boyle Arts Festival 2013.

Aideen Walton (Facilitator) has studied acting at The Lír, TCD and directing at DLI UL. In 2016, she founded Greystones Players, a community theatre group, and is currently its Artistic Director, running weekly workshops for members. Aideen’s directing credits with Greystones Players at the Whale Theatre include Dancing at Lughnasa (May 2017), Connections (four one-act plays, November 2017), The Playboy of the Western World (April 2018) and Summer Shorts (June 2018).

Joanne O’Shea (Administrator), a graduate of TCD, is a solicitor with over ten years’ in-house experience as legal consultant with a charitable organisation and five years as Head of Legal Function there. An active member of the Greystones community, Joanne is a member of Greystones Players and has acted in The Playboy of the Western World and Summer Shorts. She is also a qualified colunetter coach with Greystones Athletics Club.

Whether your interest is in acting or in one of the various elements that go into production – sound, lighting, set design, costume, make-up – this group will have a place for you!

You can find out more about this exciting new drama group on Facebook here, or you can email Joanne O’Shea to youththeatre.greystones@gmail.com. Or, of course, just drop by on a Sunday afternoon at Greystones Studios, and check ’em out!

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A community initiative, the Making Waves Youth Theatre Group is generously sponsored by Ross McParland of Greystones Studios and The Whale Theatre, and facilitated by Ciarán Coogan (actor/playwright) and Aideen Walton (Artistic Director Greystones Players) and administered by Joanne O’Shea (solicitor/community volunteer). We aim to provide teenagers in Greystones and its environs with the opportunity and space to learn about and make great theatre, through workshops, productions and attending other theatrical productions. This creative space will be a safe and secure one, free of cameras, phones, or social media. Our workshops will take place in Greystones Studios every Sunday afternoon (within the school calendar) between 2.15pm and 4.15pm from Sunday, September 30th. Ciarán Coogan (Facilitator) is an actor and playwright with 20 years of theatre experience commercially, on stage and on screen. He is an accomplished facilitator and has studied both Youth Arts Facilitation and Youth Studies at Maynooth University. Ciarán’s writing credits include One Man Many Voices, commissioned by St. John of Gods mental health services, which toured nationally. His Counter Culture won Best New Short Play at Boyle Arts Festival 2013. Aideen Walton (Facilitator) has studied acting at The Lír, TCD and directing at DLI UL. In 2016, she founded Greystones Players, a community theatre group, and is currently its Artistic Director, running weekly workshops for members. Aideen’s directing credits with Greystones Players at the Whale Theatre include Dancing at Lughnasa (May 2017), Connections (four one-act plays, November 2017), The Playboy of the Western World (April 2018) and Summer Shorts (June 2018). Joanne O’Shea (Administrator), a graduate of TCD, is a solicitor with over ten years’ in-house experience as legal consultant with a charitable organisation and five years as Head of Legal Function there. An active member of the Greystones community, Joanne is a member of Greystones Players and has acted in The Playboy of the Western World and Summer Shorts. She is also a qualified colunetter coach with Greystones Athletics Club. Whether your interest is in acting or in one of the various elements that go into production – sound, lighting, set design, costume, make-up – this group will have a place for you! You can find out more about this exciting new drama group on Facebook here, or you can email Joanne O’Shea to youththeatre.greystones@gmail.com. Or, of course, just drop by on a Sunday afternoon at Greystones Studios, and check ’em out! Share 12 Tweet Pin +1 12 SHARES Related posts March 12, 2019 Wanna Join Mr Sands Youth Theatre? 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Maybe. © 2018 GreystonesGuide | Managed By: Inksplash Cre8tive Branding Privacy & Cookies Policy GG’s Everyday People: Liam & Matthias November 2, 2017 One Town Under A Groove November 2, 2017 A community initiative, the Making Waves Youth Theatre Group is generously sponsored by Ross McParland of Greystones Studios and The Whale Theatre, and facilitated by Ciarán Coogan (actor/playwright) and Aideen Walton (Artistic Director Greystones Players) and administered by Joanne O’Shea (solicitor/community volunteer). We aim to provide teenagers in Greystones and its environs with the opportunity and space to learn about and make great theatre, through workshops, productions and attending other theatrical productions. This creative space will be a safe and secure one, free of cameras, phones, or social media. Our workshops will take place in Greystones Studios every Sunday afternoon (within the school calendar) between 2.15pm and 4.15pm from Sunday, September 30th. Ciarán Coogan (Facilitator) is an actor and playwright with 20 years of theatre experience commercially, on stage and on screen. He is an accomplished facilitator and has studied both Youth Arts Facilitation and Youth Studies at Maynooth University. Ciarán’s writing credits include One Man Many Voices, commissioned by St. John of Gods mental health services, which toured nationally. His Counter Culture won Best New Short Play at Boyle Arts Festival 2013. Aideen Walton (Facilitator) has studied acting at The Lír, TCD and directing at DLI UL. In 2016, she founded Greystones Players, a community theatre group, and is currently its Artistic Director, running weekly workshops for members. Aideen’s directing credits with Greystones Players at the Whale Theatre include Dancing at Lughnasa (May 2017), Connections (four one-act plays, November 2017), The Playboy of the Western World (April 2018) and Summer Shorts (June 2018). Joanne O’Shea (Administrator), a graduate of TCD, is a solicitor with over ten years’ in-house experience as legal consultant with a charitable organisation and five years as Head of Legal Function there. An active member of the Greystones community, Joanne is a member of Greystones Players and has acted in The Playboy of the Western World and Summer Shorts. She is also a qualified colunetter coach with Greystones Athletics Club. Whether your interest is in acting or in one of the various elements that go into production – sound, lighting, set design, costume, make-up – this group will have a place for you! You can find out more about this exciting new drama group on Facebook here, or you can email Joanne O’Shea to youththeatre.greystones@gmail.com. Or, of course, just drop by on a Sunday afternoon at Greystones Studios, and check ’em out! Share 12 Tweet Pin +1 12 SHARES Related posts March 12, 2019 Wanna Join Mr Sands Youth Theatre? 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Paul on I’m Gonna Be Your No.1 Barbara Jervis on I’m Gonna Be Your No.1 Paul on Art For Ark’s Sake TAG CLOUD Bray Bray Head Charlesland Cliff Walk Dart Delgany Derek Mitchell development dogs Greystones Greystones Cancer Support Greystones Harbour Happy Pear Harbour Hot Spot Jennifer Whitmore Jobs joe sweeney john brady John McGowan Kathleen Kelleher kids Kilcoole Kilmacanogue La Touche Hotel Marina nicola lawless ross mcparland school Simon Harris south beach St Davids Stephen Donnelly St Patrick’s SuperValu temple carrig theatre lane the cove the whale Tidy Towns Tom Fortune Traffic whitmore Wicklow Wicklow County Council Greystones Guide. A local site for local people. And one or two outsiders. Maybe. © 2018 GreystonesGuide | Managed By: Inksplash Cre8tive Branding Privacy & Cookies Policy GG’s Everyday People: Liam & Matthias November 2, 2017 One Town Under A Groove November 2, 2017ShareThis Copy and Paste

Greystones 2020 AGM

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The second Annual AGM of Greystones 2020 will be held in the Municipal District Office on Thursday 26th September, 2019.

The agenda will include finance update, project updates and an overview of the organisation.  The AGM is open to all and an open discussion will be held to facilitate ideas and answer any queries from the general public.

Queries prior to the event should be addressed to info@greystones.ie

Gala Fundraising Evening – 9th November, 2019

By | EVENTS

With special performance,  Alive Alive O,  from Dry Rain Theatre Company.

Digging deep into Dublin’s rich tradition of sharing stories and songs around many a warm fire and a cold pint, Alive Alive O is the latest historical and hysterical offering from the irrepressible and cheekily irreverent Dry Rain Theatre Company.  Celebrating the wit and wonders of those inside the Pale who also managed to be just that little bit beyond the Pale, this grand old Irish tradition is given the kiss of new life by Dry Rain’s reigning queen, Lorraine O’Brien, aided and abetted by her regular comhpháirtithe sa choireacht, Emma O’Brien and Mick Heffernan.

Emma shines as Liberties girl Valerie, off to Galway on her first-ever holiday and soon racked with guilt over her slippery shenanigans with a local fisherman.

You will also meet two old liberty bells who are on an over sixties trip to Glendalough, only to stumble upon Elvis the Pelvis Presley, what’s the ‘King doing in Saint Kevin’s Cell, ?? the Jailhouse Rock!!! All will be revealed.

Amongst all of this there is an inner child roaming around who’s one and only ambition is to be a ‘Shocking Holy Saint’.  As if this was not enough, Mick Heffernan will entertain and delight you with his golden voice and musicianship. The trio who are beloved by Whale audiences are joined by guest artist Phil Keogh who will send you home shaking your hips, clicking your fingers and tapping your toes.

Given Dry Rain Theatre Company’s sterling reputation over the decades, and the acclaimed that greeted such recent hits as To Shorten The Road and The Queen Who Cancelled Christmas, you can be sure that Alive, Alive O will be a night to remember. A night made all the more magical given that it’s a charity gala performance for Greystones Cancer Support.

Maclean Burke, Damien from Fair City, will be fear a ti on the night and will keep everyone on their toes!!

Tickets : €25.00 – From whale Theatre

La Touche Place, Greystones
Tel: (01) 287 1601
Email: info@greystonescancersupport.com 

Annual Fundraising raffle will take place on the evening also:

  1. €1,000 SuperValu Greystones Shopping Spree from Anne Daly
  2. Dash Cam|Sponsored by Redwood IT
  3. Case of Moët et Chandon Champagne|Six Bottles
  4. Two Hour Flying Lesson @ Newcastle Airfield|Sponsored by Ross McParland
  5. Afternoon Tea for Two from Powerscourt Hotel
  6. Fourball from Delgany Golf Club
  7. Home Heating Oil from Glen Fuels
  8. Brunch for Four from Pigeon House Delgany

 

Public Consultation for Public Realm Plan – Thursday 19th September – Whale Theatre, 5.00-9.00pm

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Greystones 2020 in partnership with Wicklow County Council, Greystones Municipal District and support from Greystones Tidy Towns and funding from LEADER, have appointed the consultancy company The Paul Hogarth Company  to develop a plan for the most effective presentation, management and enhancement of the town’s public realm, with particular reference to the following:

  • Public space network
  • Connectivity and permeability
  • Parking and traffic
  • Legibility/maneuverability
  • Signage and Wayfinding
  • History and heritage
  • Tourist destination

The aim of the project is to develop a strategy for the town’s public realm, which can be used to identify and provide guidance for individual detail design projects. The plan will be visual and identify both short term and longer-term projects.

It is intended that the strategy will stimulate interest and activity among all the community in carrying out the activity to enhance the town of Greystones and that all stakeholders will be involved in developing a shared vision for the development of Greystones. The successful consultancy has gathered together a team with general expertise in urban design and regeneration, road design, traffic management and planning.

This plan will indicate, in broad terms, the role of the public realm including key urban spaces designated for enhancement, pedestrian priority linkages and the nature of restraint in remaining trafficked areas (speed reduction, space sharing, calming, lane restrictions, vehicle restrictions, bus priority). The strategy will contain an overall design statement which will inform the development of the public realm.

Public Consultation

There is a Public Consultation for Public Realm Plan on Thursday, 19th September at the Whale Theatre from 5 pm to 9 pm. If you can’t come along but would still like to ‘have your say’ – please complete the online feedback form here.

The Study Area

The town centre of Greystones will comprise the study area as outlined in the map below.

 

“The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in rural areas”

Wicklow Film Festival – 19th to 21st September, 2019

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Originally founded by Wicklow artist Brigid O’Brien, this year’s festival is a collaboration between Mermaid Arts Centre and Noel Mac Aoidh, Head of Film Department at BIFE (Bray Institute of Further Education). Mermaid Arts Centre is excited to reveal that the theme of the Wicklow Film Festival 2019 is Turning Points.

Film is frivolous, serious, absurd and combines every emotion that we can experience. A good movie can transport us to a fantastical world or wake us into action in one. We all have a favourite film or story that reminds us of a place or a person we love”. Noel Mac Aoidh

Turning Points is an attempt to explore the transformative effect of cinema and how these films changed/shaped the lives, careers and journeys of six filmmakers; Noel Mac Aoidh, Janna Kemperman, Kate McCullough, Sal Stapleton, Michael Donnelly and Karla Healion.

Screenings will be accompanied by an engaging post-film discussion with the filmmakers.

 ONLINE BOOKINGS: Book here

BOX OFFICE: 01 272 4030

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Culture Night at the Whale Theatre – 20th September, 2019

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The magnificent Whale Theatre in Greystones plays host for culture night to a wonderful evenings entertainment entitled Wicklow Voices.  Curated by Aideen Walton, an evening of talks, imagery, performance and music awaits and it is all free.

6.30pm: A fascinating photographic exploration and talk on the Famine, ‘The Landscape as Witness’ by Seán Laoide Kemp, followed by ‘Snapshots of Greystones’, an entertaining narrative history with readings, slides and song with Rosemary RaughterGreystones Players and the enchanting voice of Jade Phoenix.

7.45pm: Join or simply watch Making Waves Youth Theatre’s dynamic open drama workshop facilitated by Ciarán Coogan, then make up a team for Fourfront Games’ launch of their exciting new Portable Escape Room.

8.45pm: The best of Wicklow’s young music talent, including Music Generation’s Elevation Project performance of their collaborative compositions followed by the phenomenal multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter Nicolaas Walle.

         

Phone: (01) 201 0550

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Bailey & Pim

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Bailey and Pim is a unique dining experience: a modern twist on the charm and beauty of a Victorian coffee house in  Greystones Train Station.

Our staff of highly-trained baristas are here to advise on your drink of choice. Crafting a variety of selections to order—from flat whites to filters—we use our own specialty coffee and tea ranges.  Lunch & brunch options include gourmet sandwiches and homemade soups.  Our bakery is always whipping up creative cakes and desserts. Inspired by the time-tested recipes of the past, these artistic treats pair perfectly with a hot drink.

We celebrate a long history and some remarkable people:  The Baileys and The Pims.

The Pims have long been associated with Dún Laoghaire, formerly known as Kingstown. Famous for their role in bringing the railway to Kingstown, the Pim family shaped the history of this beautiful Victorian seaside town.  The Pim sisters, Isabella, Charlotte, and Jane, were known far and wide for their hospitality and charitable work.Their friend, Wellesley Bailey, travelled through Kingstown Harbour in the early 1870’s on a life-changing voyage to India, where he first met patients with leprosy. In 1874, the Pim sisters invited Wellesley and his fiancée, Alice, for tea in their living room. Wellesley told them tales of people forced to live in isolation because of this cruel, disabling disease. The compassionate Pim sisters were determined to help and in 1874, with a pledge to raise £30, The Leprosy Mission was born. The vision of Bailey and Pim lives on. Now known as The Mission to End Leprosy.   At Bailey and Pim, we pay homage to these extraordinary visionaries of the past. All of our profits are donated to The Mission To End Leprosy, continuing the work of Bailey and Pim who once frequented 87 Lower George’s Street.

Open Monday to Friday 6.00 am – 7.00pm and Saturdays and Sundays 10.00am until 5.30 pm

Phone – 01-2878610                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

Camile Thai Greystones

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Award winning healthy Thai Restaurant & Takeaway.

Camile Thai, a new restaurant in Greystones is here to spread the good cheer and healthy traditions of Thai food to Greystones. Before you order, kindly scratch any idea you have of a typical Asian takeaway. We deliver a meal experience unlike any other, using high quality Thai ingredients (like holy basil and galangal).  Dishes  are calorie counted and made to order by trained wok chefs in our kitchen. It’s slow food, done fast. And most importantly, we think it tastes really good.
If you’ve been to Thailand, you’ll know it as a place of vibrance and celebration – things that are better when everyone can join in. Our selection of dairy-free mains, gluten-free and vegan dishes help bring people of all dietary needs together for a good meal.
We hope you’ll come round and join us.

01-2874111                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

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La Touche Legacy Conference – 13th & 14th September

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The 31st La Touche Legacy Seminar and 6th Festival of History will take place over the 13th & 14th September in the very historic surroundings of Greystones Golf Club.  The Seminar will once again be running in conjunction with the Greystones Archaeological & Historic Society.  All are welcome.  Full programme details will be listed shortly.

Phone 2875678

The National Sea Life Centre

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The National SEA LIFE Centre is one of Ireland’s largest Marine and Freshwater Zoos and the only aquarium on the East Coast of Ireland. The aquarium on the Seafront in Bray is a perfect family fun day out!

Sea Life centre is completely indoors making it a perfect all-weather activity. Having responsibility for the welfare and well-being of over 1100 underwater animals.  Are you a Shark lover, a Seahorse fancier or a Clownfish groupie? Perhaps it’s the mysterious Moon Jellyfish or the clever common Octopus that you love the most? Maybe you simply can’t decide! Here at SEA LIFE Bray you can make up your mind and see them all – from the curious and the rescued to the rare and the enigmatic. And you’ll be able to get closer to them than ever before.

The team here at SEA LIFE is passionate about promoting and advancing the cause of the creatures of our oceans and rivers and their habitats.  We engage in advocacy for conservation legislation, campaign for sustainable fishery policies, the breeding of endangered species, and cooperation with other like-minded organisations.  In keeping with our message – BREED, RESCUE, PROTECT – we’ve developed a system of care and best-practice animal husbandry that draws on decades of collective experience from our marine biologists.

With 30 displays, a kids quiz trail, a colouring table, an indoor play area for younger children, and hourly public feeds of our animals, you won’t get bored.

SEA LIFE Bray is open 7 days a week (except Christmas Day & St Stephens Day)

Winter opening times

  • Monday to Friday 11:00 to 17:00  (last admissions 16:00)
  • Saturday/Sunday 10:00 to 18:00 (last admissions 17:00)

Summer opening times (starting 16th March 2019):

  • Monday to Sunday 10:00 to 18:00 (last admissions 17:00)

Please be aware that due to our limited capacity, we strongly advise all guests to book online tickets in advance of their visit, particularly when planning to visit during weekends or school holidays.

Guests with pre-booked tickets are guaranteed entry and will be given priority over guests who arrive with no tickets, who may have to wait to be admitted due to our limited capacity.

The National SEA LIFE Centre, Strand Road, Bray, Co. Wicklow

Tickets: 01 2866939 or buy online here.

General Office: 01 2866939

School Bookings: 01 286693