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Enjoy an evening of traditional Irish food, music and dance with an Irish show at the Belvedere in Dublin. Get set for a night of non-stop entertainment as professional Irish folk musicians and dancers take to the stage to perform Irish dances, jigs and reels. Tuck into a delicious 3-course dinner of typical Irish cuisine, sip a pint of Guinness (own expense) and maybe even get up on stage to try your hand at Irish dancing.
Immerse yourself in a night of traditional food and entertainment at the Irish House Party in Dublin. You’ll experience one of the city’s best ways to spend an evening at this dinner-and-show event complete with authentic Irish fare, diverse music, dancing and storytelling. Enjoy some Traditional Irish food like Guinness stew and Baileys-infused chocolate cake, and sing and dance the night away with a talented group of performers.
Nobody knows how to party like the Irish and this traditional dinner show offers a thrilling introduction to Irish music and dance. Tuck into a delicious 4-course dinner at the Taylors Three Rock pub and enjoy an entertaining live musicians and Irish dancers.
With so many activities offered in Dublin, it can be a challenge trying to figure out what to do while visiting. This Irish dance party offers a fun afternoon of dancing for an affordable price. See choreographed dance performances by professional Irish dancers, learn Irish dance moves from an award-winning dancer, and hear stories about Irish music, dance, and culture from a traditional Irish singer.
Step behind the scenes of Ireland’s biggest and most famous sports stadium on this 2-hour guided tour of Croke Park in Dublin. Learn about the Irish tradition of Gaelic games as you discover the headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) and try your hand at hurling and Gaelic football in the interactive museum. Then, enjoy a guided tour of the stadium; peek behind-the-scenes into the team dressing rooms and VIP area, and look out over the pitch from the stands.
We're Ireland's biggest Comedy club and many say we're Dublin's Best Night Out! We opened our doors 22 years out and have sold out most weekends since.
With four of Ireland's biggest and best comedians taking to the stage, there's something for everyone. We make 1000 people laugh each and every weekend but we want to make YOU laugh!
If you're looking for something different for a great night out in Dublin, you’ll find it at Shelbourne Park Greyhound Stadium. Nothing beats the excitement of greyhound racing, and some of the most prestigious greyhound fixtures of the year take place right here. The venue, which is the home of Irish Greyhound Racing has been in this location since it opened its' doors in 1927!
You can watch all the action unfold from the comfort of the bar. Or maybe from your table in our bright and atmospheric restaurant, where you can relax and place a bet with our table-side Tote service. We even have a simple guide available in French, German, English, Spanish, Italian, Chinese & Dutch - just ask any member of the Tote team for a copy.
Experience a slice of authentic local culture with a night at the dogs. Rather than waiting in line on the night, pre-book your admission ticker for the Newbridge Greyhound Stadium to ensure a relaxed night watching the races.
Stop in at the Stag’s Head Pub Theatre for this quirky show about June 16th 1904 – the Bloomsday that James Joyce wrote about in his novel Ulysses. This charming, hilarious production is a treat for Joyce fans and a great introduction to the work for people unfamiliar with this seminal work of Irish literature. With only one show a week, book now before the house fills up.