Dean Crowe Local Music Platform
Thursday 23rd June
Free Entry | Doors 7pm Gig 8pm
David Dockery is a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter from Athlone. He has worked as a session drummer and guitarist for the past 10 years and currently tours with Moncrieff and Síomha. He also runs a youtube music channel with over 145 thousand subscribers. His music is a mix of alternative rock and singer-songwriter, drawing influences from the likes of Paul Simon, Beck, Alice in Chains and Foo Fighters. He records and releases music under the artist name ‘Beechpark’ and is releasing his first single in mid-June, as well as an album later in the year.
The Dean Crowe Local Music Platform is a new initiative hosted at the newly refurbished Dean Crowe Theatre Bar. This reconfigured space is designed with flexibility and equipped to accommodate intimate gigs. The Dean Crowe Local Music Platform is intended to support musicians from Westmeath by providing the gig space for rehearsal followed by a live gig in this space.
Kindly supported by The Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media and Westmeath County Council as part of the Local Live Performance Support Scheme.
Face coverings are encouraged during your visit to the theatre.
If you have a confirmed COVID-19 infection, please do not attend the theatre for 7 days. Please wear an appropriate face covering for 10 days.
To protect ourselves and others, we still need to adhere to public health behaviours that keep us and our loved ones safe.
Early arrival at the theatre is advised.
Thank you for your cooperation.