So long and thanks for all the fish.
08th Jan - 08th Jan
Just a quick hello and update from the ghost of Joineries past. We are now officially closed and have vacated the building; a sad and somewhat messy affair. God that place was dirty.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you all so much for your support and friendship over the years. We are greatly indebted to all of the artists that we have worked with over the last seven years, and to a loyal and committed audience. We are deeply grateful for all of the help, support and advice received from many advocates and friends. We had a ball, we hope you did too.
We would also like to welcome Kaethe-Burt O’Dea to the building at 6 Rosemount Terrace, Arbour Hill. Kaethe and her organisation Desireland are taking the lease on the building. Desireland is a not-for-profit community based project that runs the Lifeline Project, SPUDS and the Sitric Compost Garden Community amongst many other endeavours. You can find more about what she does here http://desireland.ie/516/. We wish her very well and look forward to seeing what she does with the place.
If you would like to get in touch with either Miranda or Will (for example to claim or even buy a Live at the Joinery CD) you can do so by sending your carrier pigeon to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. You can follow Jonathan and Deborah at @SCANALYSER and www.facebook.com/gadetra respectively and you are likely to find Ivan at any decent gig in Dublin; go find him.
So that’s it.
Please don’t be strangers, we may have scattered to various parts of Dublin, Cork and Berlin but we are still just about alive and very much keen to keep in touch, work with you again and hear about your creative projects.
Over and out from the big J.
Miranda Driscoll, the Joinery.