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Dublin Theatre Festival leads the way in developing Irish theatre, supporting artists and presenting the most innovative and daring international productions seen in Ireland to the most diverse audiences. Dublin Theatre Festival shows entertain, engage and excite. By supporting Dublin Theatre Festival, you are investing in Ireland’s future, its creativity, its international reputation and its culture.

We can create a unique package of benefits that will provide extensive brand exposure throughout the festival or sponsorship duration based on your particular business objectives, CSR needs or philanthropic goals.

Our marketing and development team will work with you to develop creative brand activations that will engage audiences and deliver for your business.

All In Access Programme

We would like as many people as possible to enjoy theatre. We work to promote greater inclusion in our programme and are committed to ensuring the needs of audiences are being met.

All In aims to grow participation in the festival and reach the many diverse communities that make up our capital.

We currently provide assisted performances, group initiatives, workshops, talks and additional services but we recognise the many barriers that can hinder participation in the arts and we are always interested in doing better.

As part of the All In programme we actively encourage groups and organisations who are interested in availing of these services or who can assist us in improving the offering, to get in touch via our dedicated account

How you can support us in growing the All In programme:

  • Facilitate access to theatre for groups and individuals who not otherwise participate by providing tickets or transport to venues.
  • Collaborate with us to provide workshops for community groups or schools
  • Provide additional audio described performances for visually impaired audiences; captioning or Irish Sign Language interpreted performances for the hard of hearing.
  • Provide relaxed performances for audiences with an Autism Spectrum Condition, sensory and communication disorders, or a learning disability.

Please contact if you are interested in supporting this initiative,