Dublin has a very proud tradition in theatre which is very much still the case - so advance booking is advisable. Please ask for help at reception.
The Bord Gais Energy Theatre, formerly the Grand Canal Theatre is a 2,111 capacity world class theatre in Dublin, Ireland which opened on 18 March 2010. Designed by Daniel Libeskind of New York and RHWL Architects of London, it is located in the Grand Canal Dock area and the concept of the theatre was created by Mike Adamson of Live Nation and the Docklands Development Authority as a touring theatre for Ballet, Opera, Musicals and Concerts.
The Gaiety Theatre - South King Street,
Located less then a minutes walk from the Grafton Capital, the Gaiety is longest established theatre in continuous production and remains a popular venue for musicals, drama, ballet and dance.
The Abbey Theatre - Lower Abbey Street, Dublin 1
The Gate Theatre - Cavindish Row, Parnell Square, Dublin 1.
The Gate Theatre started life in 1786 as part of the Rotunda hospital and was then known as the Assembly Rooms. The Gate Theatre company was founded in 1928 and it is said that Orson Welles and James Mason began their careers there.