Is located in the heart of Dublin city. Built in March 2010, it has hosted world renowned shows including Wicked and Chicago. The theatre officially opened with a performance of Swan Lake by the Russian state ballet of Siberia. It was specially designed to present theatrical productions which were previously unable to visit Ireland. The Bord Gáis is one of the largest theatres in Ireland and can hold up to 2,000 people. It is a fantastic place to spend an evening in Dublin. Why not enjoy a pre-show meal in our Restaurant?
Located just off Grafton Street and close to St. Stephens’s Green this historical theatre is walking distance from the Green Line Luas which can be picked up just outside the hotel. The theatre played host to the 1971 Eurovision song contest. The Gaiety is a landmark in Dublin bringing world class entertainment to visitors and the people of Ireland. It is most famous as the home of Riverdance for its annual summer run, The venue can hold up to 2,000 people. Our bar at the Clayton Hotel Leopardstown is the perfect place to enjoy a pre or post show cocktail.
The Olympia is a concert hall and music venue in Dublin city located in Dame Street. The venue has had both domestic and international acts play including pop sensation Adele, The Script, Billy Connolly, R.E.M, Aslan and many more. The theatre can hold up to 1,240 people and can be accessed by public transport like the Luas and Dublin bus or if you would prefer a car journey, our friendly front desk team can direct you there.
If you are looking for a hotel near any of the listed theatres, then Clayton Hotel Leopardstown is for you. The Luas is located just one minute from the hotel. This takes you to St. Stephens Green which is then only a brief walk to the theatres.