Dublin Sights

Olympia Theatre

  • 72 Dame St. Map It
  • Temple Bar
  • Arts/Performance Venue

Published 08/11/2015

Fodor's Review

One of the most atmospheric places in Europe to see musical acts, the Olympia is Dublin's second-oldest theater, and one of its busiest. This classic Victorian music hall, built in 1879, has a gorgeous red wrought-iron facade. The Olympia has brought numerous musical performers to Dublin, and the theater has also seen many notable actors strut across its stage, including Alec Guinness, Peggy Ashcroft, Noël Coward, and even the old-time Hollywood team of Laurel and Hardy. Big-name performers like Van Morrison often choose the intimacy of the Olympia over larger venues. It's really a hot place to see some fine performances, so if you have a chance, by all means, go. Conveniently, there are two pubs here—through doors directly off the back of the theater's orchestra section. Their Christmas Pantomime is a Dublin tradition and great for younger kids.

Sight Information

Address:

72 Dame St., Dublin, Co. Dublin, Dublin 2, Ireland

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Phone:

01-679–3323

Website: www.olympia.ie

Sight Details:

  • Event ticket prices vary

Published 08/11/2015

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