Goddamn, it’s true what they say – you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone.
We are, of course, a bunch of pampered pooches around here, and now that some of our comforts and joys have been temporarily taken away from us, bejiggers, we’re beginning to realise just how pampered.
One of the most obvious of those comforts and joys is our top-of-the-range, oven-ready, Grade A theatre right in the heart of town.
Jaysus, what we wouldn’t give for a night down at The Whale right now.
Having played host to everyone from Russell Brand to Buddy The Elf, from Chris de Burgh, David O’Doherty and The Hothouse Flowers to local heroes such as The Greystones Players, Tara Callihan, Dylan E. Crampton, Making Waves, Andrea Splendori and beyond, The Whale has brought the world to our town. And, thanks to the hostest with the mostest, Ross McParland, shown them one heck of a good time.
And now, as we all wait patiently indoors, gagging for that day when we can put on our red shoes and dance away the lockdown blues, The Whale have decided to turn their line-up over to the good people of Greystones.
Let them know who you’d like to see play our town, and what sort of night out would truly get your mojo risin’, and then we can all meet up when the lockdown hibernation is over.
And – YAY! – let’s paint the town forty shades of lipstick red.
So, start plotting your return to the living, breathing, heaving world right about here.
And in the meantime, practice your moves. And your chat-up lines.
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