National Concert Hall, Dublin

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  • National Concert Hall - dreadful facilities

    by petitegourmand Written Jan 27, 2009

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    The National Concert Hall has some good concerts but the facilities are dreadful! When I was there, there were only 3 working toilets in the ladies upstairs with about 550 seats. I know it's quite common for Irish men to urinate in public but this is the only place where I had witnessed middle aged Irish women to urinate in a cubicle without a door - in full view by everyone else. This is third world and ridiculous!

    Would suggest concert goers to across the road to the Conrad if you are desperate or are not an exhibitionist.

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    National Concert Hall

    by IrishFem Written May 19, 2003

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    The building was designed in 1865. It was once used as a University before becoming The National Concert Hall.

    If you like classical music visit The Natinal Concert Hall. It is home to the National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland. You can also find other concerts such as Jazz, comtemporary and traditional Irish Music.

    Opening times are from Mon to Sat 10am to 7pm. Concerts evening mon to sat 10am to 11pm. Sunday open 2 hours before concerts.
    Concert tickets from €4. You will also find a cafe and gift shop.

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