From Sunday to Wednesday evening at 7pm in the Church on Mary Street there is a free Irish Dancing Show on their main stage. You can book into the main bar area if you have a group of 10+ or for smaller groups in their gallery restaurant. It’s a stunning location to watch some traditional Irish dancing. Link.
Johnnie Fox’s Hooley Show
Johnnie Fox’s ‘Hooley Show’ is a famous activity for visitors to Dublin. The show and meal includes four courses of food, including the best seafood Ireland has to offer. The meal is followed by a live music show including ballads, sing alongs, lively Irish music, and traditional and folk songs. For details, menus, and more, see their website.
O’Sheas Talbot Street
O’Shea’s Pub on Talbot Street have a daytime dance and music show where the crowd can get involved over the 2 hours of the event. If you’re coming with a group they can do a rate so get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Old Storehouse
The Old Storehouse is a superb pub right in the heart of Temple Bar. It’s an exceptional spot for live music. Every Friday and Saturday night around 9pm an Irish dancer comes in and gives a taste of some traditional steps. You can catch them upstairs with a drink in your hand or downstairs in O’Flaherty’s Bar where you can sit and dine. Watch this video to see what’s in store.
The Irish House Party in The Den
The Irish House Party has been providing musical and dance entertainment in Dublin for a long time now. The Raglan Room in The Lansdowne Hotel is the setting for this food feast and entertaining show.
The unique selling point of the show is that you get to experience the music and dancing up close and to see world class performers on our indigenous Irish instruments such as the Harp, Uilleann Pipes and Bodhran.
Our show also provides a unique blend of audience interaction with fascinating stories about the songs and instruments that you won’t hear elsewhere
For more info on this 3 course dinner and a show, see their website.
On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday in Lundy Foot’s on Essex Street Temple Bar their small stage plays host to big talent. You can see a video of the performance here.
The Celtic Céilí Féasta in The Celt is an evening of folklore, fine food, music, and dancing accompanied by a 3 course meal. We attended and wrote about the experience last year. For more details see their website.
Celtic Nights is a big hit with visitors to the city. It has been running for 18 seasons and is on 7 nights a week. The show includes music, Irish Dancing, and a 3 course meal. Website.
Right beside the entrance to the Phoenix Park is Nancy Hand’s, a superb traditional pub. They host Nancy’s Shenanigan
Live Traditional Music & Singing by our well-known Irish Band, along with professional Celtic Dancing and Sean-Nós Brush Dancing. Guests are seated together in a relaxed friendly environment which allows them to get to know each other and share stories between them of their experience of Ireland so far. This is a unique, authentic and memorable night for everyone involved.
Also includes a LIVE Guinness bread-making demonstration along with a flaming Irish Coffee Demonstration completed by the owner of Nancy Hands himself. We encourage guests to tap-a-long, sing-a-long or dance-a-long as much as they please on this night!