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Fearghus Ó Conchúir


Niche is a dance about finding your place.  Its cast, like Dubliners new and old, adapt to changed circumstances in a choreography that is as tough, quirky and unexpectedly beautiful as the city itself. 496 more words


Jessie Keenan, Robbie Blake and Ciara McKeon

Low _ lying

The performance investigates the strata and topography of the Docklands area: the land’s physical shape and its ancestry. The piece quotes from and directly responds to these surroundings and their history. 413 more words


Melbourne star | Docklands

Been procrastinating way too much today, ended up working on this earlier than initially planned. Doing this is sort of therapeutic.. I like it.

J and I went to the Melbourne Star to use up our passes from a while back, and I managed to film bits and pieces that evening.


Mumbai’s Docklands – Cutting the Cake


In the early 1970s, a conservative government in the UK set up a study group for the London Docklands. Its report, which focused primarily on exploiting the commercial potential of the docklands, was torn up and thrown out by local community groups and the local boroughs. 4,428 more words

Development Plan

A spring in my step

I had things to do this morning such as dropping Mrs O’s car off for MOT and posting off my pension application. I like to support the real Post Office near the University so I lugged my kit down with me. 79 more words


The shortened gait of the art gallery walker

1st  March 2015 – Gait (Fujifilm X10)

What is it about art galleries that causes people to slow to a glacial crawl, can we not contemplate great works of art whilst moving at pace? 72 more words

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Day Off in the Docklands

It is rare we get a day this glorious in London. A perfect 9°C (48°F), the sun is sparkling off the Thames and the sky is crystal blue with precisely placed clouds. 579 more words