ACCESS ALL AREAS

Dates: 10 Jul - 10 Jul

Tickets: €12

ACCESS ALL AREAS

Did you ever wonder what goes on behind the scenes – now’s your chance to find out! Project Arts Centre is offering you the chance to take an exclusive look backstage. Get a birds-eye view of the theatre from our gantry, find out how everything works and stand on the stage where U2 played one of their first gigs. Take an exclusive guided tour of the centre and learn about the history of an organisation that helped to launch the career of some Ireland best loved artists.

Tours will run at 4.30pm & 5.30pm. Places are limited. To book your place contact Box office on 01 8819 613 or at box-office@projectartscentre.ie.

Presented as part of the Summer Sensational! An age friendly festival bursting with exciting events for you, your family and friends to participate in and enjoy. More information on the full Summer Sensational programme of events here.

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