Home to some of the world’s greatest playwrights, Dublin continues to enjoy an amazing array of art and entertainment venues.
Irelands National Theatre stands on Lower Abbey Street, just 15 minutes walk from Leeson Street. Founded by Nobel Laureate William Butler Yeats in 1904 it continues to hold a central position to the literary life of Ireland. Enjoy a diverse programme including productions of classic favourites and modern day works.
For entertainment ranging from Oklahoma to Calendar Girls, book into the Gaiety Theatre, a stately old venue that was actually new in 1871. It also stages a magical annual panto, along with old favourites such as Buddy, the Rocky Horror Show and The Producers.
National Concert Hall
Just around the corner from us the National Concert Hall is Ireland’s premier centre for the performance of live music and features weekly performances by resident orchestra, the RTE National Symphony, and a galaxy of visiting international artists.
Bord Gáis Energy Theatre
Just 2km walk in Grand Canal Dock, the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre welcomes international artists and fantastic West End shows.
Completely refurbished and reopened in 2008, the O2 Dublin (formerly Point Depot) is one of the most advanced arenas in the world. Situated 3km for PREMIER SUITES PLUS Dublin Leeson Street, the Red Luas line extension makes getting to the venue easier than ever before.