Culture and Entertainment in DublinOne
Whether you’re looking to learn some history about the city or sit back and enjoy the latest blockbuster, DublinOne has a variety of entertainment to offer!
Stretching from Amiens St to Capel Street there’s a wealth of culture and history dotted around the area, as well a variety of entertainment.
Abbey Theatre, Abbey Street Lower
The Abbey Theatre is Ireland’s National Theatre and is the capital’s leading cultural institutions. Since it opened over 100 years ago, the theatre is home to many new and established plays making it a popular destination for locals and tourists. In the basement sits its smaller stage known as The Peacock. This space is mainly used to showcase new talent within the arts industry.
Cineworld, Parnell Street
Located on Parnell St, Cineworld has all the latest releases. The cinema offers a membership card allowing unlimited cinema for just €19.99 per month which is great for those film fanatics out there! With 17 screens and a constant wide variety of movies to choose from, you’ll be spoilt for choice! Chill and enjoy a coffee or drink in their café bar before or after your movie.
DoDublin, From O’Connell Street
DoDublin bus tours offer the chance for people to learn all they need to know about the city of Dublin. If you’re looking for something to do that will occupy your day, then check out what they offer!
GPO Witness History Visitor Centre, O’Connell Street
The General Post Office (GPO) is steeped in history. Whether you’re a native to Dublin or visiting for the day then it’s definitely one to check out. The exhibition places you inside the GPO during Easter Week in 1916, history well and truly comes to life through the use of touch screens, audio visual booths, sound and authentic artefacts. You’ll be sure to learn something you didn’t know!
Hugh Lane Gallery, Parnell Square
Located in Dublin’s city centre, Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, originally called The Municipal Gallery of Modern Art, houses one of Ireland’s foremost collections of modern and contemporary art. The original collection, donated by the Gallery’s founder Sir Hugh Lane in 1908, has now grown to include over 2000 artworks, ranging from the Impressionist masterpieces of Manet, Monet, Renoir and Degas to works by leading national and international contemporary artists
National Leprechaun Museum, Jervis Street
The National Leprechaun Museum is located on Jervis Street is a guaranteed adventure for everyone. Immerse yourself in a world of myth and folklore as well as experiencing the world of a leprechaun by climbing onto extremely large furniture. Whether you’re bringing the family, going with a friend or even just yourself, you’ll be sure to enjoy it!
Savoy Cinema, O’Connell Street
The Savoy is the oldest operating cinema in Dublin and is the preferred cinema in Ireland for film premieres. There’s always a chance you’ll catch a few celebs walking through their doors. For all the latest blockbuster movies and new releases, the Savoy is the place to go.
The Grand Social, Liffey Street Lower
If it’s live music you’re looking for then check out the what’s on section of the Grand Social. Their intimate venue space makes gigs even more enjoyable and the mix of acts is appealing to many genres.
The Gate Theatre, Cavendish Row
The Gate Theatre, located on Cavendish Row. The Gate Theatre has been, artistically and architecturally, a landmark building for over 250 years. The newest director, Selina Cartmell directed a diverse range of work from Shakespeare to Greek tragedy. There’s a constant mix of performances to suit the tastes of everyone.
DublinOne is the perfect culture and entertainment destination in the city with fun for all the family. If you are at any of these entertainment destinations then don’t forget to share your experience using #DublinOne