Leitrim Dance Festival 9th – 14th April
This year’s 2023 Leitrim Dance Festival is brought to you by renowned Irish dancer Edwina Guckian. This is an exciting opportunity for dancers of all stages and ages to focus on their development through daily masterclasses and workshops at The Dock with professional dancers and musicians Stephanie Keane & Aindrias De Staic, Úna Monaghan and Jonathan Kelliher & Siobhan O Donnell and with special guests Cathy Jordan, Martin Brundsen, Dave Munnelly, Rick Epping & Seamie O Dowd playing sessions in Cryan’s Teach Ceoil. This jam-packed programme offers something for everybody and is a great platform to exchange, learn and share a few steps.
Word Corner Tuesday 11th at 5.30
Word Corner is a free, monthly writers’ community event. Founded in The Dock over 10 years ago, this is a space for people to share words that they have written or read and enjoyed
Soil – A Sensory Experience Friday, April 14th 10.30am
Get your hands dirty with Youth Arts Artist-in-Residence Jackie Maguire. This outdoor family workshop will explore soil with children aged 0-6
Andy Irvine Friday April 14th at 8.00 pm
Legendary Irish singer/songwriter Andy Irvine is coming to perform at The Dock. With his impressive repertoire of Irish traditional songs and dexterous Balkan dance tunes, he creates an exciting new fusion of Irish and World Music not to be missed
Witness for the Prosecution Breffni Players Tues 18th – Friday 21st April at 8pm
All rise to witness this thrilling courtroom drama by the queen of suspense, Agatha Christie.
Directed by Angus Dunne
Return To Dust – Classic Cinema Tuesday, April 25th at 11.30am
This April Classic Cinema presents Return To Dust, a patient, tender story of survival and love against the odds. Elegantly shot and beautifully acted, it shows a side of Chinese society rarely seen on cinema screens.
Dr Dolittle Barking Dog Theatre Company Thursday, April 27th at 10am & 11.30am
Join in on one of Dr Dolittle’s thrilling misadventures in this brand-new show for children aged between five and ten.
Artist Talk & Exhibition Opening: Na Cailleacha Saturday, April 29th at 2pm
Na Cailleacha is a collective of five visual artists, one jazz musician, and a curator/writer who have come together to explore being female, older, and hopefully wiser.
Booking in advance required.
Petcu O’Leary Duo Saturday, April 29th at 8pm
Bass clarinetist Deirdre O’Leary and percussionist Alex Petcu of Crash Ensemble have come together to create a programme of funky rhythms and wildly beautiful sounds, full of eccentricity and wit.
To book any of these events please visit The Dock
or call the Box Office on 071 965 0828