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The Royal Dublin Society (RDS) is a multi-purpose venue hosting major exhibitions and events. The Royal Dublin Society was originally developed to promote agriculture, arts, and science in Ireland. As a part of the initiative and to show off the Irish equestrian industry to the world, the RDS complex and Arena were designed. The RDS has been turning ideas into actions for nearly 290 years.
Please refer to the RDS website for the most up-to-date information on upcoming events.
The Gaiety Theatre
The oldest continuously operating theatre in Dublin, the Gaiety Theatre has provided entertainment to audiences for generations. Since its opening in 1971, The Gaiety Theatre has remained true to the vision of its founders in presenting the highest quality musical and dramatic entertainment. The theatre has hosted a diverse array of entertainers, from playwrights like George Bernard Shaw to opera performers like Luciano Pavarotti. The Gaiety has also welcomed international stars such as Julie Andrews, Spike Milligan, Joan Rivers and Peter Ustinov
The National Concert Hall
The National Concert Hall is one of Ireland’s finest music venues welcoming a variety of events from Classical and Opera to Traditional, Choral, Jazz, and Contemporary. It is also home to the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra. Hosting over 1,000 events each year, the National Concert Hall offers world-class music and entertainment for all ages.
Please refer to the National Concert Hall's website for the most up-to-date information on upcoming events and opening hours.
The Bord Gáis Energy Theatre
The Bord Gáis Energy Theatre is Ireland's largest performing arts venue. The theatre hosts Broadway and West End shows as well as local productions all year round. Dublin’s newest theatre is the only venue in Ireland designed to host any type of theatrical production effectively. With its bold geometric form and pleated glazed façade, the venue has become an architectural icon for Dublin.
Please refer to the Bord Gais website for further information on their diverse programme of theatrical experiences.
Aviva Stadium is the national stadium of Ireland and the playing venue of the Irish team. The stadium officially opened in 2010 and replaced the old Lansdowne Road Stadium, which was one of the oldest stadiums in the world. The Aviva hosts major rugby and football sporting events, as well as concerts from some of world's top performers including Lady Gaga, U2, AC/DC, Rihanna and Madonna.
Aviva Stadium also offers guided stadium that run seven days a week. It is recommended to book tickets in advance. Visit the Aviva Stadium website for more information.
Croke Park is Ireland's largest and most iconic sporting stadium. A visit to the Croke Park museum is an insight not just into Ireland's most famous sports, but also showcases how Croke Park played a central role in Ireland's history for over 100 years.
Today, Croke Park is the home of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA). The stadium has hosted iconic moments in Irish sport and history, as well as major cultural and international events.
The stadium tour offers an insightful trip around this magnificent home of the GAA. You can follow the footsteps of sporting legends and explore the stadium in all its glory. You can buy tickets for Croke Park Tours directly from the Croke Park website. It is recommended to book in advance.
3Arena has been bringing music and live entertainment to the Irish audience since 1988. As part of a global entertainment group, 3 Arena hosts the very best of live music and performances. In addition to the main auditorium, the venue is also home to four club and bar spaces and is regularly ranked in the top 10 busiest venues in the world.
Please refer to the 3Arena website for the most up-to-date information on upcoming events.