The Gaiety Theatre
- Address: South King St, Dublin 2, Ireland
- Phone: +353-818719388
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Theatre, Family And Kids, Opera House
The Gaiety Theatre - Review
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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2% of people who visit Dublin include The Gaiety Theatre in their plan
80.77% of people start their The Gaiety Theatre visit around 09 AM
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People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see The Gaiety Theatre
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The Gaiety Theatre Trips
The Gaiety Theatre, Dublin Reviews
The Riverdance VIP experience was great-you meet the stars of the show, get to watch them warm up, see some original & current costumes & use the private bar. Darren, who dances in the dance troupe, is your guide for the evening-a really bubbly positive guy, who loves what he does! There should be a little more detail about the VIP tickets, on the website & on the printed tickets, as 6 tourists, out of our group of 13 VIP ticket holders, arrived an hour late, a real pity for them.
One of the two "old school Theatres in Dublin. Great location just off Grafton Street. We went to see the Mozart Opera "The Marriage of Figaro" which was most enjoyable. However, it was uncomfortably warm in the first half, partly due to the unseasonably warm weather. After the interval, ventilation improved. Also, the bar on the first floor is far too small for the number of people trying to use it. And the queues for the toilets were spectacular. Sound was clear, and even though we were seated towards the back of the first floor balcony, we had a good view of the stage.
Best theatre I was ever in. Super seating. Let it be was a fantastic show. The theatre staff were lovely
Lovely theatre in the city centre - one of the old-fashioned one (it opened in 1871). Perfect place to go see a ballet - be it Riverdance, or the Nut Cracker - or small production plays.
Nice theatre, friendly staff. We enjoyed the show, despite the obstructed view. Snacks were pricey and limited.
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how long will riverdance be in the gaietyAnswer Report Abuse
Riverdance will be performing at The Gaiety Theater from 12th June to 9th September.Report Abuse