Olympia Theatre, Dublin
About Olympia Theatre, Dublin
Olympia Theatre, Dublin - Address, Phone Number
Address: 72 Dame St, Dublin 2, Ireland
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
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With a seating capacity of approximately 1200 people, the Olympia Theatre in Dublin is a grand theatre venue and concert hall. Check their official website for ongoing shows and, if you spot something you like, book your tickets in advance and have an evening full of entertainment.
Trivia: Opened in the year 1879, the Olympia Theatre has hosted artists and performers such as Adele, Erasure, Elvis Costello and Aslan.
Olympia Theatre Information
- Please check the official website of Olympia Theatre for ongoing shows and ticket prices and book your tickets in advance accordingly.
How To reach Olympia Theatre by Public Transport
- By Bus: Temple Bar, Dame street bus stop
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This is one of the greatest historic venues in operation in Dublin. For concerts the seats can be taken out on the ground floor leaving a fantastic area for getting up close to the band performing onstage.The circle seats are good for more relaxed theatrical events.
The Olympia is far and away the best music venue in Ireland. I have been here countless times and seen nearly all of my favourite artists perform in an intimate theatre setting. Also, the staff are all excellent, both friendly and professional. If ever there is something on here that you are interested in do not hesitate.
The Olympia is a grand historic venue in the heart of the city centre with plenty of options nearby for pre or post show meals. The venue itself is quite old (predating modern sound systems) so the layout was designed for natural acoustics meaning that visibility can be poor from a lot of the seats either up in the top floor or ground floor at the back. When you're up high it can be difficult to see much of the stage at all but the sound is always great. The venue attracts some great artists across the entertainment spectrum (Comedy, drama, music etc) and because of the decoration and portraits throughout the venue every visit seems special
Standing at a music gig gets your back after a while seeing as you're standing on a slant. Decent bar but it's a shame they serve Murphys and not Guinness. Not all seats have a perfect view. Overall best for theatre, only okay for music shows.
Staff are amazing. Second time here. My daughter is a wheelchair patron and we were treated amazingly. Well done Olympia theatre. Looking forward to seeing Shane Filan
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