The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin
About The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin
The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin - Address, Phone Number
Address: South King St, Dublin 2, Ireland
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Opened in the year 1871, the Gaiety Theatre in Dublin specializes in musicals and opera productions. Occasionally, it is also known to host dramas. Having a certain Victorian charm and with a seating capacity of 2000 people, the theatre was designed by architect C.J. Philips. While in Dublin, do try to catch a show in action at the Gaiety Theatre. Since the year 1874, the theatre has hosted an annual Christmas pantomime (type of musical comedy) which draws a lot of crowd every year.
The Gaiety Theatre Information
- Please check the official website of Gaiety Theatre for ongoing shows and ticket prices and book your tickets in advance accordingly.
The Gaiety Theatre Ticket Prices
Box office timings:
- Open Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to performance start time. On days with no performances, the box office is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. The box office is open some Sundays, subject to performance schedule.
How To reach The Gaiety Theatre by Public Transport
- Dawson Street (Pink Shirt Shop) bus stop
- St. Stephens Green North bus stop
- St.Stephen's Green light rail station
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We loved this beautiful theatre. We went to Riverdance there and absolutely enjoyed it. The theatre is beautiful to look at . It is quite an intimate audience experience and if we were ever lucky enough to be in Ireland again we would definitely check out shows at this theatre. The restaurant picture is beside the theatre because they went over and above to ensure we had adelicioius meal before the show. Highly recommended.
Home of the Riverdance show. Each year in the summer you can enjoy this the most famous Irish show there. Nice bars and comfortable seats.
Excellent production of an Agatha Christie play. Enjoyed the humour plus the very serious aspects of murder. Venue added to the atmosphere and full house of all ages was good to see.
Postcards from the Ledge. Ross O'Carroll Kelly. Brilliant brilliant brilliant. Go immediately. Ends soon
Went there for a Riverdance show with my family. Was amazing and to proof it let me tell you that the crowd gave a standing applause after the show to all actors and actress. Highly recommend it! Unfortunately photos are not allowed during the show.
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