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“…the value is great and the crowd are cool It’s always a good way to spend a night”
Why not grab a drink
Our bar is open from 45 minutes before the start of our evening performances and stocks a large range of craft beers, spirits, wines and soft drinks – and keep an eye out for our drink of the month deals and seasonal special offers.
Beat the queue and book your drinks in advance. Interval drinks can be booked with when purchasing your tickets online or at Box Office.
The Box Office and Gallery are open Monday to Saturday from 11am to 6pm
We encourage you to arrive 20 minutes in advance of show time as, unfortunately, we cannot admit latecomers.
“My most favouritest place in Dublin to catch a performance… Fantastic location, great space, convenient bar upstairs.
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How to find us
Project Arts Centre is located in the heart of Temple Bar, we’re the big blue building at the end of East Essex Street you can’t miss us. Easily accessible by public transport, here some info on how to find us.
ON FOOT: Project Arts Centre is a big blue building situated behind the Olympia Theatre and opposite the Clarence Hotel, next door to the Bad Bob’s.
BY BUS: Take any bus that runs to Dame Street and either enter Temple Bar via Parliament Street and take a right onto East Essex Street or enter Temple Bar via Eustace Street or Sycamore Street and take a left onto East Essex Street.
BY LUAS: Take the Red Luas Line to Jervis stop. Cross the River Liffey into Temple Bar using the Millennium Bridge. Take a right onto East Essex Street and Project Arts Centre is on the left hand side of the street.
BY BIKE: Cycle parking available, directly across the street from the venue.
A special €7 parking rate is available from Fleet Street car park, simply present your show ticket when paying to receive your reduced rate parking deal.
Project Arts Centre is completely accessible for wheelchair users. Please advise Box Office when booking if you require a wheelchair seat or have any special requirements.
Our two performance spaces are also fitted with the Loop system to assist those with hearing impairment.
There is wheelchair parking available approximately 100 metres away, across the street, directly outside the Clarence Hotel.
Audio-described performances are available on certain performances throughout the year. If you are interested in audio-described performances please let our Box Office team know so that we can notify you when we have the service available on upcoming shows.
Guide dogs are permitted to performances, please advise our Box Office if you intend to attend with a guide dog.
If you require any further information or assistance, please do not hesitate to contact our Box Office Team at email@example.com or call 01-8819613.
You can access our fast and free Wi-Fi network in the foyer.
February 10 2020, at 05:04pm
Project Arts Centre is delighted to announce the appointment of a new Marketing, Communications & Engagement team. We are delighted to welcome Veronica Dyas (Access & Engagement Officer), Sorcha FitzGerald (Marketing & Communications Officer) and Astrid Newman (Marketing & Communications Officer) to the Project family. The team will work to further develop audiences and grow opportunities for engagement across our busy performance and visual arts programmes. Welcome to the big blue building! Veronica Dyas joins the team in the brand new position of part-time Access & Engagement Officer. Veronica is an artist working through theatre, new text & installation. Facilitation, Action & LOVE…Read More
February 03 2020, at 05:51pm
This month critically acclaimed choreographer Philip Connaughton brings his beautiful, sparkling, laugh-out-loud meditation on the fear of forgetting and of being forgotten to Cork and Dublin venues. Mamafesta Memorialising, which enjoyed its successful international premiere in France last year, is woven from inspirations including musical theatre, Bruce Forsythe’s Generation Game and most importantly, Philip’s mum Madeleine, who has senile dementia. Philip made his last piece, Assisted Solo, about her. But it wasn’t enough. He still has more to do and more to say. He’s worried that what’s happening to her will happen to him. His latest testimony to an ever-evolving,…Read More