Dublin

National Concert Hall

  Earlsfort Terrace, D2      (+353)(0)1 417 0000     more than a year ago
Originally known as the Exhibition Palace, this renowned venue was completed in 1865. Over the years, the Hall has been used as a university, for exhibitions and during WWII for storing turf. Most of the university departments relocated in the 1960s, and the venue reverted to a concert hall in 1981. Home to the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra, the NCH has three performance spaces - the Main Auditorium (cap. 1,200), Carolan Room (cap. 100) and John Field Room (cap. 250) which has the largest chandelier ever designed and produced by Waterford Crystal. Check out the NCH's programme of events, catch a lunchtime concert for some cultural sustenance, then grab a bite to eat at the Terrace Café.
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Live Music
Guarded parking
City centre location
Metro
Restaurant

Metro

Luas Harcourt Street

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Box Office:Mon - Sat 10:00 - 18:00.(Open two hours prior to concerts Sun & Bank Holidays) 

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