Live music, shows, arts and entertainment - Dublin has it all!
Formerly known as The Point Depot, The 02 is a stunning entertainment venue hosts all kinds of events: live music, comedians, theatre, ballet, drama, pop concerts… Catch the LUAS red line from Abbey Street and the tram stops right outside this docklands arena.
This wonderful theatre first opened in 1871 and has earned its pride by bringing international stars such a Julie Andrews, Spike Milligan, Joan Rivers and Peter Ustinov to Dublin while continuing to champion the talents of Irish icons such as The Dubliners and The Chieftains. The Gaiety is located on South King Street in the centre of Dublin, just off St Stephens Green.
This state of the art theatre opened in 2010 with an amazing performance from the Russian State ballet, renamed to the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in March 2012. The theatre hosts many types of shows, from ballet to live music, comedy to orchestral and opera and has brought many West End shows to Dublin.
This is the National theatre of Ireland and was founded in 1903 by William B Yeats and Lady Gregory. Situated just over the river LIffey on Abbey Street, the Abbey is also well know for educational talks and workshops for budding actors and writers.
Best known for music gigs the Olympia on Dame Street welcomes international artists and Irish bands.
Located on Parnell Street, just North of the Liffey, the Gate Theatre was originally established in 1928 and introduced Irish audiences to dramatic productions from overseas playwrights. Michael Gambon, Orson Welles and James Mason all established their acting careers here. It is a renowned building, both artistically and architecturally.
Situated in the heart of the city on the banks of the Liffey, the state of the art convention centre has capacity for 2,000 people. As well as hosting major conferences it is a popular venue for concerts and shows.