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  1. The Gaiety Theatre

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Since its glamorous opening night in 1871, the Gaiety Theatre has remained true to the vision of its founders in presenting the highest quality musical and dramatic entertainment. As Dublin’s longest established theatre in continuous production, the Gaiety Theatre triumphantly maintains its unrivalled presence as the City’s premier venue for pantomime, musicals, opera, concerts, revues, comedy, drama and dance. And on Friday and Saturday nights, the Theatre transforms into Dublin’s hottest late night venue, presenting an electric mix of bands, DJ's and movies in what has become one of the city’s most unique clubs. Read more

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  2. The Poseidon Comedy Club

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Stands up comedy at The Plough, Every Friday night at 9pm Read more

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  3. Tivoli Theatre

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Situated on Francis Street in the heart of Dublin's southern city centre, the Tivoli Theatre is one of Dublin's premier theatres. Read more

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  4. Abbey Theatre

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Abbey, Ireland's National Theatre, first opened on the 27th of December 1904. It was founded by Nobel Laureate William Butler Yeats and Lady Augusta Gregory and has played a vital and role in the literary, social and cultural life in Ireland. Read more

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  5. The New Theatre

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Visit the New Theatre, Temple Bar, Dublin. Founded in 1997. Read more

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  6. Project Arts Centre

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Located at the heart of artistic life in Dublin, Project Arts Centre remains at the forefront of cutting edge, high-quality art in Ireland. With an extensive programme covering everything from visual arts to dance, music and theatre, there is plenty to fuel the imagination from an exciting year-round programme.
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  7. The Frank Harte Festival

    Dublin City, Dublin

    This traditional singing festival celebrates Frank Harte, his work in collecting traditional song and his huge influence on the unaccompanied singing tradition in Ireland. Dates to be confirmed. Read more

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  8. Smock Alley Theatre, 1662

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Ireland’s oldest newest Theatre – Cultural + Heritage Site
    Restored 17th century theatre on the banks of the River Liffey.
    Varied artistic programme of theatre, dance, music, comedy and visual arts. Read more

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  9. St Patrick's Festival: Festival Céilí

    Dublin City, Dublin

    An Irish festival is not complete without a céilí so make sure you grab your dancing shoes and attend this huge outdoor celebration of traditional Irish dancing on 16th March. Read more

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