Bord Gais Energy Theatre Dublin
The Bord Gais Energy Theatre is Ireland’s largest fixed-seat theatre and opened in Dublin’s Docklands in March 2010. The iconic Dublin theatre has hosted major West End shows in the past such as Wicked, The Lion King, Dirty Dancing, Les Miserables and Kinky Boots as well as many more.
The Bord Gais Energy Theatre can accommodate up to 2000 people and presents the best of national and international theatre, musicals, opera, ballet and classical concerts. The Samuel hotel is perfectly located a short walk across the stunning Samuel Beckett Bridge from the Bord Gais Energy theatre-making us the ideal place to stay when visiting the theatre.
Tickets can be bought online or in-person at the Theatre Box Office up until 30 minutes before the show. To see all upcoming events, you can visit the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre website.
How To Get To Bord Gais Theatre from The Samuel Hotel
How to get to The Bord Gais Energy Theatre by Car:
If you are driving to Bord Gais Energy Theatre, it will take around 5 minutes. You need to head west onto North Wall Quay/R801 towards Park Lane and then take Mayor Street Lower to Guild Street. Take Samuel Beckett Bridge to Sir John Rogerson’s Quay and then continue on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay. Finally, take Forbes Street to Misery Hill.
How to get to The Bord Gais Energy Theatre by Foot:
The Samuel hotel is 10 minute’s walk from The Bord Gaid Energy Theatre, head west onto North Wall Quat/R801 toward Park Lane and then turn left and walk across the Samuel Beckett Bridge to Sir John Rogerson’s Quay and then turn right on to Hibernian Road. Turn left onto Misery Hill and turn right onto Chimney View and the theatre will be on your right.
Stay in the Perfect Location
The Samuel Hotel is one of the closest hotels near the Bord Gais Energy Theatre Dublin and is the ideal place to stay for anyone who is attending a show or a concert. The Samuel is located just a 10-minute walk from the theatre.
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