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“It is the big light that shines every year. It is the hope, the inspiration, the provocation and the validation of everything that we do. And it is a festival of possibility, a showcase of what is possible in theatre and why theatre at all.”

Paul Mercier, Playwright, talking about DTF, 2021

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

Booking Information

The 2024 festival will be announced in July 2024.

You can book tickets online anytime. Browse listings online once shows are announced.

You can also book tickets over the phone or in person at our box-office.

We offer bespoke packages and special offers for visiting groups of ten or more. For details and to make your group booking phone +353 1 677 8439 or email boxoffice@dublintheatrefestival.ie.

BOX OFFICE

Address: Festival House 12, Essex Street, East Temple Bar, Dublin 2, D02EH42
Opening Times: from 12pm -6pm Monday to Friday (August, September, October only)

Phone: +353 (0) 16778899
Lines are open from 12pm-6pm Monday to Friday (August, September, October only)

Terms and conditions

Concessions

It is important for us to reach as wide an audience as possible with the work we stage each year. To facilitate access to festival events we offer a range of discounts and booking options across selected performances.

10 for 10
Concession Discounts
Group Discounts
Final Call
All In Access Programme

Accessibility

We are committed to making our events accessible to audiences including those with disabilities and those who require accessible services. You can stay up to date with all accessible performance announcements by joining our dedicated mailing list or make an enquiry by contacting access@dublintheatrefestival.ie.

Access Pass
Wheelchair access and seating requirements
Audio Described Performances
Captioning
ISL Interpreted Performances
Touch Tours
Relaxed Performances
Access guide

Venue Map & Visit Dublin

Goethe-Institut Irland

Goethe Institut
37 Merrion Square, D02 XK52, Dublin

Gaiety Theatre

South King Street, Dublin 2

Pavilion Theatre, Dún Laoghaire

Marine Road, Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin

O’Reilly Theatre, Belvedere College

6 Great Denmark Street, Dublin 1

Dublin Theatre Festival

Festival House, 12 Essex St East, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

Draíocht, Blanchardstown

The Blanchardstown Centre, Dublin 15

Civic Theatre

Belgard Square East, Tallaght, Dublin 24

axis: Ballymun

Main Street, Ballymun, Dublin 9

Abbey Theatre, on the Peacock stage

26/27 Lower Abbey Street, Dublin 1

The Ark

11a Eustace St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

Gate Theatre

Cavendish Row, Rotunda, Dublin 1

Freemason’s Hall

17 Molesworth St,
Dublin 2

Samuel Beckett Theatre

Trinity College Dublin, Dublin 2

Bord Gáis Energy Theatre

Grand Canal Square, Docklands, Dublin 2

Smock Alley Theatre

6/7 Exchange Street Lower, Temple Bar, Dublin 8

Project Arts Centre (Space Upstairs)

39 Essex Street East, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

11 Parnell Square East

11 Parnell Square East, Dublin 1

The New Theatre

43 Essex St East, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

The Natural Cut

34 Wicklow St,
Dublin 2

The Little Museum of Dublin

15 St. Stephen's Green,
Dublin 2

The All American Launderette

40 South Great George's Street,
Dublin 2

14 Henrietta Street

14 Henrietta Street, Dublin 1

Council Chamber, City Hall

Dame St, Dublin 2

Royal Irish Academy

Academy House, 19 Dawson Street Dublin 2

iD8 Studio at The Digital Hub

iD8 Studio at The Digital Hub, The Digital Hub, Dublin 8, D08 EY05

Meeting House Square

Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

IMMA (Open Air)

The Grounds of Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Military Rd, Kilmainham, Dublin 8

IFI

6 Eustace St, Temple Bar, Dublin, D02 PD85

Mermaid Arts Centre

Main Street,
Bray,
County Wicklow.

Filmbase

Curved St,
Temple Bar,
Dublin 2

The National Stadium

145 S Circular Rd,
Saint Catherine's,
Dublin,
D08 HY40

Wesley House

Leeson Park,
Ranelagh, Dublin,
D06 N5P0

Marsh’s Library

St Patrick's Close,
Dublin 8

Temple Bar Square

Temple Bar,
Dublin

Irish Architecture Foundation

15 Bachelors Walk,
North City,
Dublin 1,
D01 EA02

Abbey Theatre

Abbey Street Lower,
North City,
Dublin 1,
Ireland

Abbey Theatre, on the Abbey Stage

Abbey Theatre

Bewleys Cafe theatre

Bewley's Cafe, 78-79 Grafton Street, Dublin 2, D02 K033

Project Arts Centre (Cube)

39 Essex St E, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, D02 RD45

Kennedy’s Pub

30-32 Westland Row, Dublin 2, D02 DP70

The National Maternity Hospital

Holles St, Dublin, D02 YH21

The Depot @ The Complex

12 Mary's Abbey, Smithfield, Dublin 7, D07 XR70

City Assembly House

58 William St S, Dublin 2, D02 X751

man energetically playing the drums

Enjoy a pre/post show in one of Dublin’s best restaurants. The Irish capital is bursting with creative chefs, cafés and restaurants serving delicious food and highlighting the best of Irish ingredients. For more information, have a look at the Dublin restaurant guide on Visit Dublin. 

Getting around:  

Our venues are located across Dublin city centre, suburbs and coastal areas. All venues are well-serviced by our public bus network (dublinbus.ie) our coastal train, the DART and countrywide rail service (irishrail.ie) as well as the Luas tram system (luas.ie). You can also pick up a Dublin Bike (dublinbikes.ie) while you’re in town. You can download Fáilte Ireland’s official Transport for IrelandJourney Planner app to view all transport options. It’s free and covers bus, Luas, taxis, ferries and even walking! For details go to visitdublin.ie  

 Tourist Information: 

Dublin is a thriving city with a vibrant landscape of culture just waiting for you to explore it. From film and music to visual art and theatre, the city is teeming with creativity and energy. There is so much to see and do, including arts festivals, museums and galleries, restaurants, markets, beaches, and mountain hikes. 

Discover Ireland tourist information offices are located at Dublin Airport at Terminals 1 and 2, as well as in the city centre on O’Connell Street, Dublin 1 and Barnado Square, Dublin 2. For more information on planning your trip visit our official tourist www.discoverireland.ie and www.visitdublin.ie