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Whale Theatre Survey – Have Your Say!

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Take our SURVEY today HERE and help us to shape the future of the Whale Theatre! 

You, our audience members and supporters, are incredibly important to us and we couldn’t do what we do without you. So we wanted to ask for your help in shaping the future of The Whale Theatre.

Please help us to take the next steps together, and Have Your Say by completing our Audience Feedback Survey. The information you provide will help us in making sure we’re doing things right, bringing you the shows you want to see and communicating with you in the best possible way.

We are extremely grateful for your support and we hope that you will take the time to Have Your Say! We miss you and we can’t wait to see you all again soon. 

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Wicklow Covid-19 Helpline

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A dedicated community support helpline has been  established  by Wicklow County Council and supporting stakeholders  to assist at risk members of the public in accessing non-emergency and non-medical supports and advice during the current public health emergency. The confidential phone line service was  established by the new COVID-19 County Wicklow Community Response Forum, which includes over a dozen agencies and organisations.

The Helpline is focused primarily on ensuring that vulnerable members of the community or those living alone can access deliveries of groceries, medicine and fuels.   In some instances, transport of vulnerable persons to test centres will be provided.  The role of the Forum is to ensure that there is a coordinated community response and to enable all voluntary statutory agencies to collaborate in support of our communities and particularly of our most vulnerable members.

The FREE contact number is 1800 868 399 with the lines open from 8am to 8pm seven days a week. Contact email address for this new service is covidsupport@wicklowcoco.ie. Any vulnerable members of the public or persons wishing to volunteer should be advised to contact this free phone number – 1800 868 399.

A couple of volunteers from each area will act as co-ordinators and allocate the various requests from the support line to the many volunteer individuals and groups in their areas

Whale Theatre

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Situated in the heart of Greystones, the whale theatre is a beautifully refurbished intimate theatre with a unique atmosphere and variety of stage options and seat layouts.

The 130-seat whale theatre opened its doors in September 2017. The theatre’s renaissance came about due to Ross McParland’s acquisition in 2014 of an unfinished 1200m2 development incorporating 6 shops and dance studios.

Ross retained renowned Wicklow designer, Sharon Ryle to advise on creating an intimate venue serving as a multipurpose theatre, the results of which have been widely acclaimed. Overwhelming support has led to the decision for Ross to run the venue himself with a small team focused on fostering culture, creativity and community.

The space measures 400m2 and features a state of the art sound system, a full commercial kitchen and flexible stages and layouts.

Phone: (01) 201 0550

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The Hot Spot Music Club

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Located above the beach house at Greystones harbour marina, the Hot Spot Music Club is a centre for live arts, music gigs & private gatherings.

The Hot Spot Music Club specialises in those acts that are a little too big or a little too unique for your average pub rock gig! It has played host to many a special night, with the likes of Hozier, Scullion, Andy Irvine, Declan Sinnott, Kila, Mary Coughlan, Freddie White and Tir na nOg sharing the stage with local luminaries such as Hue Grass and The Universal Funk Orchestra. Hot Spot Music Club crosses all musical divides from gypsy swing to contemporary Spanish flamenco.

Both a weekend cafe –  you won’t want to miss our free Sunday afternoon jam sessions, where anything from tubas to ukuleles can help make your lazy day that little bit hazier – and a live music venue, The Hot Spot Music Club has the look of a speakeasy and the feel of a naughty house session that’s getting just a little out of hand.

It’s also the perfect venue for your own private event, with full PA.

Phone: 087 2917519

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Shoreline Leisure Greystones

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Welcome to Shoreline Leisure Greystones -Winner of Ireland’s Best Leisure Centre 2018

Shoreline Leisure Greystones provides a wide range of activities, social interaction and first class facilities for everybody. The result is diversity of pursuit and healthiness of body and mind. Our fully qualified team of experienced fitness instructors understands how daunting joining a health club can be and will go out of their way to make you feel at ease.

As well as the25m Pool, Learn Pool and Toddler Pool , we also offer Swim Fit and Aqua-Aerobics classes, toddler sessions, 50 Plus swimming sessions and swimming lessons to cater for the needs of adults and children alike.

Shoreline Leisure offers a full range of resistance training machines, a great selection of modern cardio equipment and an extensive selection of free weights and plate loaded exercise stations

We pride ourselves on being a centre for ‘real people’; there is no peer pressure or unrealistic goal setting, just a friendly atmosphere and support to help motivate you to achieve real results.

Phone : 01 2878180

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Greystones library

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The Greystones Library is situated on Church Road beside the Greystones Train Station.  It is a single-storey detached Carnegie library originally built in 1910 on a site donated by the Burnaby estate. It is an Edwardian style building with Queen Anne influenced styling. Features include a small domed spire from apex of roof, large timber tripartite sash windows and a date panel over the entrance. The entrance is set under a projecting semi-circular hood supported by slender iron posts. The original Carnegie library covered 175 m².

Joining the library is free!  Anyone can join the library – all you need to do is call in with proof of your address if you’re over 18 years of age.  Children and those under 18 years can join if accompanied by an adult with proof of address.

Alternatively, you can apply online for a public library card. You can collect your library card in any Wicklow branch; just bring proof of your current address.

Anyone can use the library space! Library members can borrow 12 items at a time. You will be given a loan period of three weeks and you can renew items up to three times. You can renew online, or you can contact your local branch via phone or email or in person.

Some of the things that the library can offer include:

  • Free use of public PCs & WiFi.
  • Study spaces and meeting rooms
  • Printing & photocopying with scanning
  • Online resources – eNewspapers, eMagazines, eBooks, online learning etc.
  • Regular events, clubs and groups.
  • Local history research.
  • La Touche Heritage Exhibition
  • Books for all ages in all types, including audiobooks, large print and graphic novels.
  • Newspapers & magazines.

Phone: (01) 287 3548

 

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