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TheatreworX Productions return to The Helix this Christmas for yet another panto success with their hilarious adaptation of Aladdin. Running from the 25th of November until the 22nd of January.
A mystical genie, a flying carpet and an old lamp, a beautiful princess, irresistible baddies and an exotic trip to the Far East. It could only be the magical and much loved pantomime, Ala...
Tommy Tiernan returns to Vicar St, The Croke Park of comedy, in 2017 with his brand new show Under The Influence. Running from January 5th until February 4th and due to phenomenal demand Tommy Tiernan has announced six extra dates at Vicar St for September 14, 15, 16, 22, 23 & 24.
21 years of rushing in where angels fear to tread have not slowed this performer down. If anythi...
The hit music & comedy show The Night Joe Dolan’s Car Broke Down is returning to The Olympia Theatre from 13th to 18th February 2017 (including a matinee performance on Sat 18th Feb). This will be the show's 6th run at The Olympia, where it has been enjoyed by over 40,000 people to date!
Imagine being stranded with the legendary Joe Dolan in a rural pub in Cavan on the night his ca...
Legendary Comedian, Billy Connolly, will perform his High Horse Tour at the 3 Arena, Dublin from Thursday 16th until Saturday 18th February. Doors open from 18:30.
Hailed as the UK’s most influential comedian of all time, voted best comedian of all time by Channel 4, and included as one of the Huffington Post’s favourite UK comedians.
After an apprenticeship as a welder in his ...
Leinster Rugby welcome Edinburgh Rugby to the RDS Arena for round 15 of the Guinness Pro 12 on Friday the 17th of February. Kick-off is at 19:35.
Drake’s The Boy Meets World Tour comes to the 3Arena for two nights, Sunday 19th and Monday 20th February. Doors open at 18:30.
Drake has asserted himself as a trailblazer across the creative world, recently becoming the first artist to break 1 billion streams on Apple Music with his latest album ‘Views,’ holding the record for most number one hits on Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Chart ...
Multi award-winning stand-up comic Jack Whitehall is back on tour and bringing his brand new live show to 3Arena Dublin 21 February plus extra date 22 February. Doors open 18:30.
The follow up to his ground-breaking debut arena show, JACK WHITEHALL: AT LARGE will be the biggest tour ever from one of the UK’s hottest comedy stars.
Jack has firmly established himself as one of th...
Critically acclaimed “Comedy Superstar” (Time Out), one of the best-selling acts in British stand-up, and host of the smash hit TV show Russell Howard’s Good News, Russell Howard returns to the live stage for the first time in three years with his biggest global tour to date – Round The World which he will be bringing to Dublin as he returns to Vicar St from the 22-26th of February 2017. Doors...
Ireland will take on France at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Saturday 25th February, during the middle weekend of the 2017 Six Nations Championship.
France narrowly beat Ireland 10-9 in the 2016 championship.
Ireland and France have contested a total of 95 rugby test matches since their first meeting in 1909. France have won 56 of those matches, whilst Ireland have won 32 matc...
Northwall Quay, Dublin 1
01 819 8888
3 Arena, located on North Wall Quay in Dublin was formerly known as the Point Theatre. It now has a capacity for 14,000 people and can facilitate major international performers like Beyonce and Ed Sheeran.
In 2011 The 3Arena had a record number of ticket sales which has made it one of the world’s most popular musical venues and since has strived as a popular musical venue in Irel...
26 Lwr. Abbey Street, Dublin 1
01 887 2200
The Abbey produces an annual programme of diverse, engaging, innovative Irish and international theatre and invests in and promotes new Irish writers and artists.
We do this by placing the writer and theatre-maker at the heart of all that we do, commissioning and producing exciting new work and creating discourse and debate on the political, cultural and social issues of the day. Our a...
9 St. Andrew's Street, Dublin 2
ALT by name, alternative by nature, Andrews Lane Theatre has quickly become a favoured hangout for Dublin’s coolest kids.
Tucked away just off Dame Street, the converted playhouse now hosts a mixture of buzz bands and cutting edge club nights for a young, hip crowd that know how to enjoy themselves. The stripped down interior tells you that this place means business, and that bus...
21 Foley Street 1, Dublin 1
01 836 4400
Applerock Studios is a Multi-use space located in the heart of the city centre. We offer three different areas of use, which can be combined to accommodate different themes depending on requirements. Available for Rehearsals, Photography/Video, Gallery, Location, Launches, Performance, Venue, Exhibitions/Installations, Auditions, Pop-up events
Balbriggan, Co. Dublin
Ardgillan Castle and Demesne is Ireland’s hidden gem. Set in spectacular parklands overlooking the Irish Sea with a magnificent view of the Mourne Mountains. As well as the castle, the demesne features a walled and rose garden both of which present an orderly profusion of colour.
Lansdowne Road, Dublin 4
01 238 2300
The stadium is the home to the Irish national rugby and Republic of Ireland national football team.Aviva Stadium is now Ireland’s only UEFA Category 4/Elite Stadium and has won a number of awards including RIAI & RIBA. Since opening in May 2010 over 1.8 million ticketed visitors have passed through the turnstiles for rugby, soccer & concerts.
Main Street, Ballymun, Dublin 9
01 883 2100
Located at the heart of Ballymun, axis is an arts venue, a production company, an arts development organisation, a community resource centre, and is home to a number of community development organisations.
2nd Floor, Bewley's Café, 79 Grafton Street, Dublin 2
Ireland’s only year-round lunchtime venue. From Monday to Saturday, we present one-act plays with the option of a light lunch. Performance from 1.10pm – 2pm (doors open at 12.50pm) We also present a selection of music and comedy gigs, three to four nights a week, ranging from established Irish acts such as Freddie White, Susannah De Wrixon and Jack L, to the hottest new talent arou...
Frascati Road, Blackrock, Co. Dublin
01 210 4618
As a suburban shopping centre in Blackrock we have a wide range of shops catering to all facets of the community. Our stores range from supermarkets to shoe repair shops and book shops. We have something for everyone.
Come visit us and browse our range of fashionable clothes shops and have a relaxing coffee in one of our cafes.
At Blackrock Shoppin...
Blanchardstown, Dublin 15
01 822 1356
Blanchardstown Centre offers a unique shopping & leisure experience. Home to over 180 stores, 3 Retail Parks and 25 Restaurants, it is located just outside Dublin City on the N3, (M50 exit 6) linked to all major motorways making it Ireland’s most accessible and largest destination shopping centre. Parking is completely free.
Grand Canal Square, Docklands, Dublin 2
(01) 677 7999
The Bord Gáis Energy Theatre commenced building in January 2007 and the curtain rose for its inaugural performance on March 18th 2010 with The Russian State Ballet featuring stars from the Bolshoi performing Swan Lake. We are truly looking forward to welcoming you, the audience, to this wonderful world of theatre and our policy will always be to present something for everyone via a very...
Bray is a town in North County Wicklow and is a busy urban centre and seaside resort.
Old Bray Road, Cabinteely, Dublin 18
Parking, Toilets, Playgrounds, Coffee Shop, Extensive walking paths, Concert venue (outdoor summer concerts), Ice Cream vendor (Summer Time) and Chamber music venue (in Cabinteely House)
G.A.A pitches, Soccer pitches , Trim Trail
St. Margaret's Road, Dublin 11
01 850 4700
We're just off the M50 with loads of parking spaces, so pop in anytime to experience the relaxed atmosphere and enjoy a coffee, a bite to eat, or to catch up with a bit of shopping.
Charlestown provides an enviable blend of retailers offering its customers choice, style and variety complemented by a unique contemporary retailing environment, which has set the standard for shopping cent...
Tallaght, Dublin 24
The Civic Theatre’s Mission is to mount an artistic and challenging programme of contemporary and classical Irish and international work in Theatre, Dance, Opera and Music for the community of South Dublin county and environs.
Corkagh Park, Clondalkin
(01) 459 2617
The Corkagh Pet Farm has open in the 300 acre Corkagh Park immediately adjacent to the Naas Road about 2km from the village of Clondalkin. As part of the Parks Department’s drive to increase visitor numbers to Corkagh Park and following a recent initiative by the Corkagh Park Staff Partnership Committee, it was agreed to establish an additional visitor attraction in the park to be known ...
Crofton Road, Dún Laoghaire, Dublin
Overlooking the harbour in the heart of Dún Laoghaire County Hall is home to Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council.
The Council’s headquarters, originally housed in the late 19th century Town Hall, have evolved to comprise the Victorian Town hall designed by J.L. Robinson, the adjoining nineteenth century post office and a late 20th century extension designed ...
Jone's Road, Dublin 3
01 819 2300
Croke Park has been at the heart of Irish sporting life for over a hundred years. Boasting a capacity for 82,300 people, the stadium is the home of Gaelic games and the headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA).
Castle Street , Dalkey Co Dublin
(01) 285 8366
Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre is a visitor attraction along the coastline, ten miles south of Dublin city. The attraction is comprised of a fortified town house/ small castle structure, an early Christian Church & Graveyard, a modern Heritage Centre and Writers’ Gallery. There are guided tours all day excluding lunch time. The visitor experience includes an interactive live the...
Phibsborough, Dublin 7
01 868 0923
Dalymount Park (Irish: Páirc Cnocán Uí Dhálaigh) is an Irish football stadium situated in Phibsborough on Dublin's Northside.
It is the home of Bohemian F.C., who have played there since the early 20th century. Affectionately known as 'Dalyer' by fans, it was also historically the "home of Irish football", holding many Irish internationals and FAI Cup finals...
Haigh Terrace, Moran Park, Dún Laoghaire
dlr LexIcon is the Central Library and Cultural Centre for Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown. The Studio space used for a variety of events including readings, music and theatre performances and lectures seats 120 people and is located on the ground floor next to the café.
The Blanchardstown Centre, Dublin 15
01 885 2622
Draíocht is a multi-purpose arts & entertainment centre in the heart of Dublin’s Blanchardstown. Choose from comedy, theatre, music, film, dance, family events, exhibitions & more. Draíocht welcomes over 50,000 people a year.
59 upper O'Connell Street, Dublin 1
01 703 3028
The City Tour buses depart every 10 minutes on a loop around the city taking in all the major attractions. While the Coastal tours operate daily along the northern and southern coasts of Dublin Bay and the Ghostbus operates nightly with two tours on weekends.We also operate a pre recorded multilingual tour in the following languages; Irish, English, French, German, Spanish, Italian...
Phoenix Park, Dublin 8
01 474 8900
Dublin Zoo, in Phoenix Park, Dublin, Dublin Zoo is the largest zoo in Ireland and one of Dublin's most popular attractions. Opened in 1831, the zoo describes its role as conservation, study, and education. Its stated mission is to "work in partnership with zoos worldwide to make a significant contribution to the conservation of the endangered species on Earth". Covering over 28 hectares (69 ac...
St Michael's Hill, Chris Church, Dublin 8
(01) 679 4611
Dublinia is an unforgettable experience in a historically important location at the heart of Dublin City, the crossroads where modern and old Dublin meets. Dublinia is one of Dublin’s top attractions and one of the number one things to do in Dublin.
Dún Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland
Dun Laoghaire Pier is the perfect place to take a stroll, breathe in the sea air, and enjoy stunning views of Dublin Bay. Whether you fancy a brisk walk or just want to sit and watch the world go by, Dun Laoghaire pier is the spot to do it.
Marine Road, Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin
(01) 280 2981
Dun Laoghaire Shopping Centre makes for a totally unique retail and leisure experience. Escape hectic Georges Street and spend an enjoyable couple of hours in Dun Laoghaire’s premier shopping destination. With stores split across three floors, Dun Laoghaire Shopping Centre houses a diverse mix of fashion, food and health & beauty.Dun Laoghaire Shopping Centre is ideally l...
Sandyford Road, Dublin 16
01 299 1700
Irelands largest premier retail and leisure destination. Comprising of over 100 shops both exclusive and high street stores.Anchored by Irelands only House of Fraser department store and also exclusive to southern Ireland is Harvey Nichols, Hamleys, Hollister, Massimo Dutti and Jamie’s Italian! There are over 40 restaurants and coffee shops to choose from, a cinema complex, a 200 seat th...
Cusask Stand, St. Josephs's Avenue, Croke Park, Dublin 3
(01) 819 2300
The GAA Museum celebrates Ireland's national games of hurling and Gaelic football and the GAA's enormous contribution to Irish sporting, cultural and social life since its foundation in 1884. Located under the Cusack Stand of GAA headquarters at Croke Park Stadium in Dublin, the museum is open daily throughout the year.Since it first opened in the summer of 1998, the GAA Museum has...
South King Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
For 142 years The Gaiety Theatre has given the people of Dublin opera, musicals, drama, revues, comedy, concerts, dance, festivals and pantomime. Amid the laughter and tears, through times of war and times of affluence, The Grand Old Lady of South King Street has remained a vital and ever changing expression of Irish culture and Irish society. Long home to the familiar faces of Maureen Potter,...
Cavendish Row, Parnell Square, Dublin 1, Ireland
01 874 4045
The Gate Theatre has been, artistically and architecturally, a landmark building for over 250 years. Established as a theatre company in 1928 by Hilton Edwards and Micheál MacLiammóir, the Gate offered Dublin audiences an introduction to the world of European and American theatre and also to classics from the modern and Irish repertoire. It was with the Gate that Orson Welles, Ja...
St. Jame's Gate, Dublin 8
00 353 1 408 4800
Explore Ireland's number one visitor attraction, Guinness Storehouse. It sits proudly at the famous St. Jame's Gate in Dublins' city centre. Enjoy the tour!
151 Harold's Cross Road, Dublin 6w
1890 269 969
Harold’s Cross Greyhound Stadium is within easy access of Dublin City Centre, so you have no shortage of things to do before or after your night of greyhound racing. And with general admission to greyhound racing starting at just €10, you won’t find better value anywhere for a wonderful night’s entertainment.We’re a fantastic venue for corporate events, fundraising...
Harold's Cross Stadium is a greyhound racing stadium in the south Dublin city district of Harold's Cross, owned and operated by the Irish Greyhound Board. In the late 1990s, major redevelopment work saw the venue transformed from a basic gambling driven venue to a fairly well known social event venue. It currently opens on Mondays, Tuesdays and, more popularly, Fridays. It is one of two greyho...
Henry Street, Dublin 1
Henry Street offers the best choice in high street fashion and popular Irish chain stores and is where Arnott’s, one of Dublin’s best loved department stores, can be found.
North of the river, Henry Street is another pedestrian-friendly zone. As well as oodles of shops from A-Wear to Zara, there are department stores such as Arnotts and nearby favourite Clerys as well as shopping ...
Howth is a picturesque village in North County Dublin and forms the northern part of Dublin Bay.
01 828 8900
The Ilac Centre opened in 1981 and was the first shopping centre in Dublin’s city centre. It has a very special place in the hearts of Dubliners and is still very much a place where everyone can go and get fabulous fashions at affordable prices alongside brand names such as Debenhams, River Island and H&M.
The centre has undergone a €60m refurbishment in recent years and...
The Plaza, Beacon South Quarter, Sandyford, Dublin 18
(01) 217 6130
Imaginosity, Dublin Children's Museum is a child-centred creative, educational & interactive space for children under 9-years of age and their families. It is a space for adults and children to engage in creative play. Our exhibits are educationally designed to inspire life-long learning through play, igniting imaginations on the journey from curiosity to discovery. Explore our website and...
Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin 8
(01) 612 9900
The Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) aims in all its activities to create for the public an enjoyable and engaging experience of contemporary art. It achieves this through a dynamic and changing programme of exhibitions and education programmes based in its home at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham and working with partners nationally and internationally. As the national institution for contempor...
Clonmel Street, Dublin 2
(01) 475 7816
The Iveagh Gardens are among the finest and least known of Dublin's park and gardens.
They are located south of St. Stephens Green between Harcourt Street and Earlsfort Terrace, secluded from the city noise and bustle.
They were designed by Ninian Niven in 1863 and include a rustic grotto, cascade, fountains, maze, rosarium, archery grounds, wilderness and woodlands.
City Moorings, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1
(01) 473 0111
A step aboard the Jeanie Johnston is a step towards understanding the daunting experience of the millions of people who crossed the Atlantic seeking survival and hope in the “New World” of North America. Its to experience the fear of the unknown ahead, the flight from poverty and famine, the pain of separation from family, and the challenge of a 3,000 mile voyage braving gales and ...
125 Upper Abbey Street, Dublin 1
01 878 1323
Jervis Shopping Centre is strategically located on Dublin’s busiest shopping thoroughfare Henry/Mary Street. The development is also in close proximity to Temple Bar and O’Connell Street. Since 1996 Jervis Shopping Centre has established itself as Dublin’s most successful and vibrant shopping environment.
Its tenant line up includes a carefully selected mix of d...
Clifton Lane, Monkstown, Co Dublin
(01) 280 0974
The Lambert Puppet Theatre opened its doors to the public in 1972. The opening ceremony was presided over by broadcaster Gay Byrne and the wonderful comedienne Maureen Potter. Various puppet productions were created through the years by the Lambert Puppet Theatre. For some of the early work, recorded voice tracks were used using top Irish actors.
1 Eden Quay, Dublin 1
(01) 872 1122
The modern Liberty Hall opened in the early 1960’s. Built by the T.G.W.U as a facility for the union. The hall itself was originally a 700 seater flat floored venue on two levels with a small proscenium stage.
In 2002 the hall was modernised and the new Liberty Hall Theatre was born with the Connolly Hall and Cois Life Bar added.
Since its reincarnation the Liberty Hall t...
Fonthill Road, Clondalkin, Dublin 22
01 616 0212
Liffey Valley Shopping Centre has everything you would expect from a top class mall, a vast selection of quality stores and an abundance of great restaurants. However, it's the additional touches that make Liffey Valley that extra bit special. Liffey Valley's Customer Services Centre is located in the West Rotunda - opposite Boots. Here you can avail of a whole range of services that include e...
Connolly House, 171 North Strand Rd, Dublin 3
Marino College of Further Education is situated in Connolly House on the North Strand, Dublin – in the historic Five Lamps District. This centre is known as Connolly House and is just a few minutes walk from Connolly Railway Station, Busaras and O’Connell Street.
Grange Road, Rathfarnham, Dublin 16
Marlay Park is a 121 hectares (300 acres) suburban public park located in Rathfarnham in Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown, Ireland. Lying about nine kilometres (5.5 miles) from Dublin city centre. The parkland comprises woodlands, ponds and walks. Recreational spaces include a nine hole par three golf course (reopened in 2010 after redesign and rebuild), tennis courts, six football pitches,...
Merrion Square, Dublin 2
Merrion Square is a Georgian garden square on the southside of Dublin city centre.
Merrion Square has an abundance of strengths from its strong Georgian heritage, cultural institutions, leisure facilities, and its political, social and scientific history. Mapped out 250 years ago in 1762, it has fine Georgian Houses on three sides and the garden of Leinster House and The National Galle...
Dundrum Town Centre, Dundrum, Dublin 16
Mill Theatre Dundrum is a modern 205 seat capacity theatre, located in the heart of Dundrum Town Centre - by the Mill Pond. Since opening in May 2006 it has staged a wide variety of performing arts, community theatre, visual art, comedy, music, and children's shows. The Theatre brings many people together both on and off stage. It has become a focal point of the community in South Dublin and a...
Tel:(01) 646 4300.
National Aquatic Centre is under the remit of the National Sports Campus Development Authority and is operated by a wholly owned subsidiary of the NSCDA.In 2011 over 823,000 people used the facilities of the Centre. It is, Ireland’s 3rd most popular fee paying attraction. It houses Irelands biggest individual Swimming Lessons programme (over 2,300 participants weekly), has over 5,4...
Glasnevin, Dublin 9
01 804 0300
Located just 3 km from Dublin city centre, the National Botanic Gardens are an oasis of calm and beauty, and entry is free. A premier scientific institution, the gardens also contain the National Herbarium and several historic wrought iron glasshouses.
Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2
The National Concert Hall is home to the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra, Irish Baroque Orchestra, National Chamber Choir of Ireland, Music Network amongst others. We play host to many of the world’s greatest artists, in a wide variety of genres.
Merrion Square West, Dublin 2
01 661 5133
The National Gallery of Ireland is not the Louvre, but when visiting Dublin art lovers should make some time available for a leisurely stroll. Situated at Merrion Square and near the National Museum in Kildare Street it is not too out of the way. And the small but exquisite collection of renowned masterpieces, including a only recently discovered Caravaggio, make the visit definitely worth the...
Merrion Street, Dublin 2
01 677 7444
Galleries of animals from Ireland and overseas, also geological exhibits from a total collection of about 2 million scientific specimens.
Kildare Street, Dublin 2
(01) 603 0213
The mission of the Library is to collect, preserve, promote and make accessible the documentary and intellectual record of the life of Ireland and to contribute to the provision of access to the larger universe of recorded knowledge.The National Library is open, free of charge, to all those who wish to consult the collections for material not otherwise available through the p...
Collins Barrcks,Benburb Street, Dublin 7
(01) 677 7444
Originally an army barracks, the buildings above were reopened in 1997 with a new purpose: as the National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History, Collins Barracks. At the National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History you'll find Irish haute couture garments, furniture, silver, jewellery, ceramics, and exhibitions exploring Irish military history, including the 1916 Eas...
Strand Road, Bray, Co Wicklow
01 286 6939
The National SEA LIFE Centre on the Seafront in Bray is a perfect family fun day out. An aquatic Zoo with 30+ displays which are home to over 1,000 creatures including: Black Ti...
South Circular Road, Dublin 8
Built in 1939, The National Stadium is a purpose built 2000 fully seated Arena which is the home to the Irish Amateur Boxing Association. As well as High Profile Boxing Tournaments, it has also hosted a number of famous international music acts and performers such as U2, Led Zeppelin and Meatloaf amongst others.
Hearse Road, Donabate, Co.Dublin
(01) 843 6534
Newbridge House and Farm is multi faceted and ever changing. From the gently undulating wild flower meadows of the Park to the stately grandeur of the Georgian Mansion, Newbridge Demesne truely is an experience for all ages and in all seasons. Families adore the 18th century working Farm and state of the art Adventure Playground, rounding off their visit with homemade treats in the...
Nutgrove Avenue, Rathfarnham, Dublin 14
(01) 493 3289
With over 70 shops to choose from and Free car parking, Nutgrove Shopping Centre has something to suit everyone. A bright and spacious Food Court with Free WiFi makes Nutgrove an ideal place to visit for lunch or have a business meeting.....
72 Dame Street, Dublin 2
The venue is Dublin’s most loved theatre & music venue, with a repertoire that spans all genres, rock, pop, comedy, theatre, pantomime, cabaret, traditional, folk, opera, hip-hop, metal, easy listening, variety acts, ballet, magic & more...
26 Wexford Street, Dublin 2
Pan Asian Restaurant, Cocktail Bar & Nightlife Destination
Great Denmark Street, Dublin 1
01 858 6644
It was built in 1999 and designed by Murray O'Laoire Architects. This beautiful theatre nestles behind the Belvedere College reception and opens out into a historical courtyard.
As a former student of Belvedere College, Tony O’Reilly pledged to match funds raised by the Parents Association towards building the auditorium. The balance was funded by Belvedere College.
Marine Rd, Dún Laoghaire, Co Dublin
For culture buffs, Dun Laoghaire’s Pavilion Theatre is a vibrant performing arts venue that’s a must for your holiday itinerary. The Pavilion offers regular programmes of theatre and dance performances, popular, traditional and classical concerts, comedy acts and much, much more. The talent on display at the Pavilion is only the best. From the best local, national and international...
01 821 3021
The Phoenix Park, being the largest urban park in Dublin, is recognised as a green lung for the city and recent research highlights the major benefits to public health and well being arising from the wealth of opportunities that such a place as the Phoenix Park has to offer.
Over two thousand sporting and recreational events take place annually in the Park. Organised sporting events are an i...
59 South William Street, Dublin 2
With its heritage, class and great location just off Grafton Street, it is no wonder that shoppers of all ages flock to Powerscourt Townhouse Centre to find their perfect something! Boasting over 40 shops and restaurants, the centre has everything to offer from food, bars, arts and tours to beauty, fashion jewellery and antiques, Powerscourt Townhouse Centre is the ultimate shopping mecca, hou...
39 East Essex Street, Temple Bar,. Dublin 2
01 8819 613
Project Arts Centre is Ireland’s leading centre for the presentation and development of contemporary art, dedicated to supporting artists and protecting the next generation of artists across all forms of the performing and visual arts.Project Arts Centre is based in Temple Bar and consists of two performances spaces (the Cube – capacity of 73-82 and the Space Upstairs, capaci...
26 Ranelagh, Dublin 6
01 547 7775
A group of Ranelagh residents came together in 2005 to deliver an innovative and inclusive Arts Festival for the local community from 29th September to 2nd October 2005. Their objective was to establish an annual arts festival for the people of the village and beyond.
The aspiration of the committee was to create a diverse programme with something for everyone. The programme featured l...
Grange Road, Rathfarnham, Dublin 14
(01) 493 9462
Rathfarnham Castle has a very colourful and interesting history. The date of the foundation of the castle is uncertain but research would suggest 1583. It was built by Adam Loftus, a Yorkshire man who became Archbishop of Dublin and Lord Chancellor of Ireland.
It was built as a comfortable defensible residence and by end of the 16th century it was acknowledged as one of the finest castles in ...
Anglesea Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4
The RDS has become a major venue for exhibitions, conferences and business and social gatherings of all sizes. Even its Main Arena, previously limited to equestrian events, now hosts rugby and soccer matches.
Emmet Road, Inchicore, Dublin 8
01 454 6332
St Patrick's Athletic F.C is an Irish football club, based in Inchicore, Dublin, that plays in the Irish Premier Division. Founded in May 1929, they played originally in the Phoenix Park but they moved to their current ground Richmond Park in 1930.
St Patrick's Athletic have won some trophies in Irish Club Football, including eight League Titles, the fifth most in Irish Football, as well as tw...
Military Road, Dublin 8
1 612 9900
The Royal Hospital Kilmainham (Irish: Ospidéal Ríochta Chill Mhaighneann) in Kilmainham, Dublin, is one of the finest 17th-century buildings in Ireland.
The hospital was built in 1684 by Sir William Robinson, official State Surveyor General for James Butler, 1st Duke of Ormonde and Lord Lieutenant of Ireland to King Charles II, as a home for retired soldiers and continued in that use f...
Rush is a small seaside town in Fingal, County Dublin. It lies on the Irish Sea coast between Skerries and Lusk. It had a population at the 2011 census of 9,231.
South Lotts Road, Dublin 4
If you're looking for something different for a great night out, you’ll find it at Shelbourne Park Greyhound Stadium. Nothing beats the excitement of greyhound racing. We’re a fantastic venue for corporate events, fundraising events or benefit nights, or for family celebrations such as birthday parties, First Communion or Confirmation celebrations. We’re also a great option f...
Raheny, Dublin 5
01 833 1859
St. Anne's Estate was the former Dublin home of the Guinness Family. It was acquired in 1939 by Dublin Corporation and St.Annes is now the largest enclosed Dublin City park, covering some 112 hectare(270 acres).
St. Stephen's Green, Dublin 2
(01) 478 0888
Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre, centrally located in the heart of the most prestigious shopping area of Dublin City. We are surrounded by history & buzzing youthful energy. With over 100 outlets under our roof a visit is a must for any visitor to the Dublin’s City Centre.
Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre. Where Grafton Street begins!
Stradbally Estate, Co. Laois
Built in 1772, the Cosby ancestral home is located on 550 acres of rolling woodland, streams and countryside surrounded by ancient oaks and chestnut trees. Stradbally Hall is the venue of the international boutique music festival Electric Picnic.
There is a fully functional paint ball course on the estate, a large well stocked fishing lake, and the annual Irish Steam Rally is held ever...
Malahide Road, Swords, Co.Dublin
01 890 4580
Pavilions is north Dublin’s premier shopping centre with over 80 great shops, restaurants and cafes as well as the 11 screen Movies@Swords cinema all under one roof.
Open 7 days a week, a shopping trip to Pavilions could not be easier. Conveniently located on the Malahide Road just off the M1 with over 2000 car parking spaces and the first 2 hours free...
Tallaght Stadium, Whitestown Way, Tallaght, Dublin 24
00 353 1 420 3033
The stadium is located in the very heart of Tallaght, surrounded by modern construction developments built in the last decade that now house hotels, shops, housing and office facilities.
It is a major visitor attraction in the county and provides a focal point for the people of the area who regularly come to the venue to support Shamrock Rovers.
As well as football the stadium ...
Tallaght is the largest town, and county seat, of South Dublin, Ireland. The village area, dating from at least the 17th century, held one of the earliest settlements known in the southern part of the island, and one of medieval Ireland's more important monastic centres.
The village core of the district is located north of, and near to, the River Dodder, and parts of the broader area w...
57 Middle Abbey Street, Dublin 1
01 877 9999
The Academy burst onto the Dublin music scene in October 2007, bringing rock & roll to Middle Abbey Street. Featuring 3 different venues within one building, The Academy gives punters a big choice of acts, clubs & events to consider when on a night out in the city.
The Academy's Main Room has a capacity of 833 including the mezzanine balcony. The intimacy of the room means that...
165 Parnell Street, Dublin 1
(01) 873 4686
The Ambassador Cinema was Dublin's longest-running cinema and was operational on and off until 1999. It operated as a music venue between 2001 and 2008. The Ambassador's current use is as an exhibition hall & event centre
11a Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
01 670 7788
The Ark is a unique, purpose-built cultural centre in the heart of Dublin's Temple Bar, where children aged 2 -12 can explore theatre, music, literature, art, film, dance and more. Our programme of world class performances, exhibitions and creative workshops changes every few weeks, so expect a different experience every visit!
Curved Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
01 670 9105
The button factory has played host to a thousand unforgettable live-music shows since it opened its doors. Located in the refurbished Temple Bar Music Centre on Curved St, this custom-designed music venue boasts state of the art sound and lighting systems. Right at the beating heart of the Cultural Quarter…
Spencer Dock North Wall Quay
01 856 0000
The Convention Centre Dublin was developed to provide a world-class conference venue in the heart of Ireland’s capital city. d just 20 minutes from the airport in Dublin’s Docklands, the finance and technology hub of the city, The CCD is ideally positioned to entice the international business tourism market. Since The CCD opened in September 2010, we have hosted over 1,000 events. ...
59 South William Street, Dublin 2.
01 675 3878
We are Irelands only Specialist Stockist of Designer Dolls, Doll houses & Miniatures.
For a truly unique experience for both young and old will enjoy a memorable journey back in time to a place where dreams really can come true.
35 Lr Liffey Street, Dublin 1
The Grand Social is one of Dublin City’s thriving live music venues. They have carefully carved a superb reputation as a venue with fantastic facilities for Musicians, Performers, DJ’s and audiences.Launched in September 2010 with a fortnight of Fringe Festival activities, The Grand Social has gone from strength to strength with a commitment to professionally staging a ...
DCU, Collins Avenue, Glasnevin, Dublin 9
01 700 7000
Situated in North Dublin, The Helix is one of Ireland’s most impressive arts venues. Aside from the breathtaking vista of the building inside and out, the venue prides itself on the range of performing arts it stages, holding world-class performances, serving the people and audiences of North Dublin and beyond with a mixture of high quality music, drama and entertainment
Basement 4-8, Eden Quay, O'Connell Bridge, Dublin 1
The Laughter Lounge opened it's doors in Dublin in December 1997 and quickly established itself as Ireland's premier comedy venue. Over the years 3,000 comedians have performed in 2,000 live shows to an audience of over 500,000.
Jervis Street, Dublin 1
(01) 873 3899
The National Leprechaun Museum, the first ever attraction dedicated to Irish mythology, opens up a fun and magical world full of fascinating folklore, mythology and enchanting stories.
Based in the heart of Dublin, the museum is a story telling experience taking you to the heart of Irish cultural identity and imagination. The space reflects Irish mythology, or recreates experiences typically ...
Howth Castle Demesne, Howth, Dublin 13
(01) 848 0831
The Transport Museum Society of Ireland began with an abortive 1949 effort to preserve three Dublin trams. Totally voluntary, the Society became a limited company in 1971 and is now a registered charity, operating to international museum standards.The museum is located in the Heritage Depot, Howth Demesne, Howth, Ireland. On 1st September 2001, the collection, increasing at an annual average r...
4 Foster Place, Dublin 2
(01) 671 8373
The National Wax Museum Plus is an exciting interactive visitor attraction located in the heart of Dublin's city centre Temple Bar district and just off Dame Street. The museum is housed over four floors and 13,000 square feet in a historic Foster Place landmark building, previously the home for Ireland's gold store and arms at the turn of the last century!The museum is an outstand...
01 452 5944
8 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin 2
01 678 7188
"It's a venue to die for. Wood panelled walls, plush banquette seating and a pristine sound system render the rest of Dublin's night-life cruddy in comparison." The Irish Times After opening in 1963 The Irish Film Theatre closed its doors in 1985. It would be another 14 years before the space would be used again and so it was in August 1999 that The Sugar Club was born.
We are an integ...
138 Francis Street, Dublin 8
01 454 4472
Since opening its doors in 1987, the Tivoli has become a premier theatre and entertainment venue. Converted from a classic cinema, the Tivoli now houses two flexible performance spaces; the Tivoli Theatre and the Tivoli Downstairs. The versatility of both spaces has helped the Tivoli to become one of Dublin’s best loved and most sought after theatres in Dublin.
The Village is a music venue situated next to Whelan's on Wexford Street, Dublin. Formerly a nightclub owned by Mean Fiddler, in 2003 it was turned into a music venue. It has a large balcony and a capacity of 550.
On 16 March 2008 at approximately 01:15,  The Village caught fire. Over 800 people inside at the time were evacuated safely within seven minutes.  The fire affected main...
Tolka Park, Richmond Road, Drumcondra, Dublin 3
01 837 5536
Shelbourne football club was formed in 1885 in the Ringsend / Sandymount area of Dublin by a group of men led by Mr. James Rowan. The club took its name from the nearby Shelbourne Road and Shelbourne House hostelry where a collection took place to enable the club to purchase its first set of gear and pay its affiliation fee. The club’s first pitch was at Havelock Square just behind the n...
College Green, Dublin 2
(01) 896 1000
Welcome to the Old Library and the Book of Kells Exhibition - a “must see” on the itinerary of all visitors to Dublin. Located in the heart of Dublin City, a walk through the cobbled stones of Trinity College Dublin will bring visitors back to the 18th century, when the magnificent Old Library building was constructed. Inside is housed the Book of Kells - a 9th-century gospel manus...
58-59 Thomas St, Dublin 8, Ireland
01 775 5800
Vicar Street is a concert, performing arts centre and events venue in Dublin, Ireland. Located on Thomas Street, Dublin 8, Vicar Street has capacity for 1,050 people for seated performances and 1,500 people for standing gigs
25 Wexford St, Dublin 2, Ireland
01 478 0766
Whelan's is a bar & venue frequented by local, Irish and international artists. Located on 25 Wexford Street, Whelan's is at the heart a thriving scene of bars and venues along Wexford St & Camden St and lies in the epicentre of Dublin city centre where all the artistic, musical and cultural life is focused. This pub is recognized as an institution in terms of music and concerts in the...
10 Wellington Quay, Dublin 2, Ireland
+ 353 (0) 1 670 6692
Colourful bar and stage for live music that is a passionate haven for art and art lovers.