Bord Gais Energy Theatre - Dublin
The Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in Dublin opened on 18 March 2010 and it is located in the Grand Canal Dock area of Dublin. The venue presents something for everyone via a very diverse programme of theatrical experiences to meet everyone’s passion and interests including ballets, musicals, family shows, drama, concerts, comedy, orchestral and opera.
3Arena - Dublin
3Arena is situated at the heart of Dublin's docklands at North Wall Quay, Dublin 1. The capacity for a fully standing show is 13,000 and fully seated is 9,000. Hosting international music artists in concert, Comedy, shows and other major events.
The Academy - Dublin
The Academy is a live music venue situated on Middle Abbey Street. It is a unique city centre venue that offers 4 floors of entertainment of every kind to music lovers of every persuasion.
Olympia Theatre - Dublin
Located on Dame Street, across from Dublin Castle, The Olympia is one of Dublin's prime venues, offering the latest stand-up, music gigs, concerts and entertainment touring Ireland. 5 mins walk from Grafton Street, 15 mins walk from O'Connell Street.
The Abbey Theatre - Dublin
The Abbey Theatre is the National Theatre of Ireland and is located on the corner of Lower Abbey Street and Marlborough Street, a few minutes’ walk from O’Connell Street in Dublin city centre. Hosting a variety of plays, theatre, comedy, and music concerts from international artists.
Aviva Stadium - Dublin
The Aviva Stadium in Dublin is home to the Irish national rugby and Republic of Ireland national football teams and is now Ireland’s only UEFA Category 4/Elite Stadium. The venue hosts Rugby and Football matches together with concerts from international artists. Since opening in May 2010 over 1.8 million ticketed visitors have passed through the turnstiles for rugby, soccer & concerts.
Gaiety Theatre - Dublin
The Gaiety Theatre is located on South King Street and has given the people of Dublin opera, musicals, drama, revues, comedy, concerts, dance, festivals and pantomime since it first opened its doors in November 1871.
Liberty Hall Theatre - Dublin
The Liberty Hall Theatre is located on Eden Quay and has a seating capacity of 411 on two levels.Thel theatre hosts pantomimes, plays, opera, comedy, films, festivals, shows from all over Ireland and international productions. It is also a venue for amateur productions and many community and voluntary arts /performance groups have performed here.
Donnybrook Stadium - Dublin
Donnybrook Stadium is a rugby union stadium in Donnybrook, Dublin 4. The ground is the former home stadium of Leinster Rugby and they still play friendly games in Donnybrook. The Ireland A, Ireland Women's Team and Leinster underage sides of all ages play home games in the stadium. The venus also hosts music concerts and festivals.
Croke Park - Dublin
Croke Park in Dublin is the home of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA). It is the 3rd largest stadium in Europe and is Ireland's premier concert and events venue hosting international music artists, football and rugby matches, along with other sporting events.
DBD At The Mezz - Dublin
The Mezz in Temple Bar is a live music venue where you can experience one of the best rock n' roll atmospheres in the heart of Temple Bar. Hosting live rock, soul, indie and alternative music, 7 nights a week.
Malahide Cricket Club - Dublin
Malahide Cricket Club is located on Dublin Road. The ground has been developed to a capacity of 11,500 making it Ireland's biggest international cricket venue. Hosts one day internationals and 20/20 matches.
Marlay Park - Dublin
Marlay Park is a 121 hectares (300 acres) suburban public park located in Rathfarnham, about nine kilometres (5.5 miles) from Dublin city centre. Hosting international music concerts and outdoor events.
National Concert Hall - Dublin
The National Concert Hall is located on Earlsfort Terrace, close to St. Stephen's Green, in Dublin. It is one of Ireland's premier live music venues hosting a variety of events from Classical and Opera to Traditional, Choral, Jazz and Contemporay.
Phoenix Park - Dublin
Phoenix Park is an urban park located just out of Dublin city centre, north of the River Liffey. It is the the largest enclosed public park in any capital city in Europe and hosts live outdoor music concerts and events as well as exhibitions.
Royal Hospital Kilmainham - Dublin
Royal Hospital Kilmainham is a late 17th century classical building with chapel, great hall, formal gardens, burial grounds and artist studios, and is now home to Irish and international visual art. Hosting a variety of events, weddings, commercial launches, government functions and banqueting.
The Grand Social - Dublin
The Grand Social is located on Lower Liffey Street in Dublin and is a thriving live music venue. The venue has a superb reputation boasting fantastic facilities for Musicians, Performers, DJ’s and audiences and is generally regarded as being one of the best sounding venues in Dublin
The Laughter Lounge Comedy Club - Dublin
The Laughter Lounge Comedy Club is located on Eden Quay in Dublin. The venue has played host to top comedians such as Michael McIntyre & Jimmy Carr as well as local talent. Charity nights are also held here and it is regarded as Ireland's Comedy Powerhouse.
The Sugar Club - Dublin
The Sugar club in Dublin is a high end venue with plush velvet banquettes, a state of the art digital projector and high quality sound system to give the best possible viewing and listening experience for performer and public alike. Hosting Music, Film, Design, Comedy, Theatre and Animation.
Vicar Street - Dublin
Vicar Street is located on Thomas Street in Dublin and is a concert, performing arts centre and events venue. Vicar Street has a seating capacity of 1,050 and 1,500 people for standing gigs.
Voodoo Lounge Dublin - Dublin
The Voodoo Lounge is located on Arran Quay in the Smithfield region near Dublin City Center. A mainly rock-based venue, it also plays host to internationally touring metal, punk and dance acts.