This week our Dublin Event News looks at 3 unique Dublin Venues we think would be perfect for your upcoming holiday events. Whether you are hosting a large corporate event or looking for an exclusive local experience, these venues add something unique to any affair.
Our first Dublin venue is also the oldest. Smock Alley Theatre was set up in 1662. It has many amazing spaces but the one we are drawn to is The Banquet Hall. It is a stunningly impressive room with an ornate plasterwork ceiling, plastered walls, exposed brickwork and stained glass windows from the theatre’s time as a church. There are wooden floors and oak tables and benches. The space is versatile and easy to change. It is simple enough to add your own details but with such interesting features, it could easily be left as is with just some added simple touches.
Our second Dublin venue is situated on Dawson Street in the heart of Dubin. The Royal Irish Academy has been here since the 1750’s.T he front reception room is part of the original 1750s structure, with tall sash windows. During the 1798 rebellion, this room was used as a surgery. A popular room for small launches with podium and sound, it can accommodate up to 60 people for a reception or 30 people lecture style or up to 20 people boardroom style. The Members Room can link to The Council Room when the doors between are opened, in this room are the books of the 19th-century poet Thomas Moore. This room can hold up to 20 people boardroom style and is often used for launches/receptions.
Our third Dublin venue is the newest to Dublin. The Huckletree space is the perfect setting to share your brand’s story with the world. The Snug comes fully equipped with the latest technologies including stage lighting, HDMI & wireless presentation system and surround sound. The Snug can accommodate up to 70 seated guests for presentations, panel discussions, tech demos and more.
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