I remember what it was like. Being like everyone else. Whole. Complete. Unshattered, unbroken. Normal. But things change. Now I’m falling between the cracks in myself, and I don’t know how to crawl back out…
A powerful piece of devised theatre from An Táin Arts Centre’s company-in-residence exploring the issue of mental illness in Ireland. Cracks premiered in October 2016 and is back for a fourth run due to popular demand.
Tickets 11am Students €10 / Teachers free | 8pm €15 / €10
The annual devotions at Ladywell Shrine in Dundalk for the Rising of the Waters will take place on August 14th.
The devotions mass will begin at 11:15pm, starting with the Rosary. This will be followed by mass with the Blessings of the Water at midnight.
Attendees are encouraged to bring their own bottles to be filled with holy water from the shrine, which can be blessed during the next day.
These personal devotions take place all day on the 15th of August.
Large crowds are expected to arrive at the Dublin Road shrine next week. People from across Louth, and our neighbouring counties such as
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THERE were not one but two holes in one at the recent Dundalk Lions Golf Classic which took place on the testing 18 hole layout attached to Ballymascanlon House Hotel on the outskirts of the Co Louth town.
Patricia McAllister, a 10 handicapper from Laytown & Bettystown, aced the 114 yard index five fifth hole with a seven iron while Paul Connolly of Swords Golf Club, who plays off 13, holed his hybrid tee shot on the 185 yard index 10 14th hole.
The event attracted 24 teams and the monies raised will go towards taking 120 senior citizens and
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