Category Archives: Lock Picking

Everything TOG in August, craft, code, lock picking, CAD, book club, free events in Dublin!

Hello all, Craft Night: Runs on Wednesdays, the 8th and the 22nd August at 7pm. Knitting? Crochet? Embroidery? Laser cutting? 3D printing? Join us and work on something you know, or learn something you don’t. We are supporting the great Dublin Raspberry Pi Jam crew to put on their first jam. It will be hosted […]

Photos from Lockpicking Workshop with the Trinity Pirate Party

A while back our own Conor gave a workshop to the students of the Trinity Pirate Party. Check out some of the photos from the event. If you are interested in learning to lockpick drop by one of meetups every sound Monday. To view all the photos check out our gallery. 

Lockpicking back for another year!

I am happy to announce Lockpicking will be returning to its bi-weekly scheduled meetings this Tuesday 26th of Jan at 7:30pm. For those of you lucky enough to get picks from Christmas, bring them along. Fancying learning how to pick? Drop by and have a go at lockpicking. We have ever dwindling supply of loaner […]

Lockpicking @ Science Gallery SECRET Exhibition

Jester here, I have been invited to run a 2 hour hands on lockpicking workshop in the Science Gallery as part of their SECRET Exhibition on the 10th and 15th of September 2015. The first date sold out quicker than I would get around to putting up a blog post, so allow me to tell […]

LoveLockNoMore Calling Cards

Our Locking picking group are always busy saving the Ha’penny Bridge one lock at a time. By teaming up with DCC Beta, they are not only been helping to save the bridge but also to reduce the cost of removing the locks. One of the problems our LoveLockNoMore team face, is when people return to […]

Love Locks on Ha’penny Bridge

The TOG Lockpicking Group were in the press a few times over the last few weeks. Mainly over the Love Locks removal from the Ha’penny Bridge. At first we got some mixed responses from family members and colleagues but eventually we got them to see us as helping the bridge and not destroyers of love! […]