National Concert Hall
Hosting over 1,000 events each year, The National Concert Hall is renowned as one of the finest concert halls in Europe. Hosting an array of Irish and International artists and groups each year offering world class music, inspiring arts experiences, and entertainment for all ages. The National Concert hall is the perfect venue for all music enthusiasts. Located on Earlsfort Terrace the National Concert Hall is just a short 5-minute stroll from The Wilder making it the perfect choice for concert-goers.
Bord Gais Energy Theatre
Since its inaugural performance in 2010 The Bord Gais Energy Theatre has been hosting the best of National and International Theatre, Musicals, Drama, Opera, Ballet, Family Shows and Classical Concerts. Located in the heart of Grand Canal Dock and designed by world-renowned architect Daniel Libeskind The Bord Gais Theatre welcomes over 500,000 visitors annually.
Located on Dame Street, The Olympia Theatre is a concert and theatre venue hosting an array of events each year. The Olympia has played host to world-famous performers, such as Charlie Chaplin, Laurel and Hardy and Marcel Marceau. The Olympia has many concerts every year with famous names such as David Bowie, Adele and Bryan Adams, having played in the venue in the past.The Bord Gais Energy Theatre has played host to a wide range of shows such as “Wicked” the musical, “Billy Elliot” and everything else from the “Miss Saigon” to “Swan Lake” there is something to appeal to all tastes.
Just a short stroll from The Wilder is one of Ireland’s oldest theatres. The Gaiety plays hosts to an array of events each year. Long home to the familiar faces of Maureen Potter, Niall Toibin, John B. Keane, Anna Manahan, Des Keogh and Rosaleen Linehan, whose bronze handprints, are set into the pavement in front the theatre. Whether you prefer musicals, drama, opera, comedy, concerts, pantomimes or festivals, the Gaiety has something enjoyable to offer for everyone.
The Abbey Theatre
A theatre steeped in history, The Abbey was founded as a national theatre for Ireland by W.B. Yeats and Lady Gregory in 1904. Their aim “to bring upon the stage the deeper emotions of Ireland”. The Abbey has showcased some of the best productions Ireland has to offer with James Joyce’s Ulysses and Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest being past productions. The Wilder is perfectly situated a stone’s throw away from The Abbey, making us the perfect choice.