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Celtic Nights Dinner & Show
Dublin City, Co. Dublin
Celtic Nights Dinner & Show is a truly Irish experience in the heart of Dublin City, at the Arlington Hotel, next to O'Connell Bridge. Relax and immerse yourself in traditional music, dancing and food, seven nights a week.

Celtic Nights Dinner & Show, at the Arlington Hotel in Dublin City centre, continues to excite audiences from every corner of the world. For over 25 years, their Irish dancers and musicians have delivered high energy, passionate performances. Celtic Nights is choreographed for maximum audience participation and full family entertainment. The show features sean nós dancing and the brush dance.

A traditional Irish three course meal is served, with sittings from 18:30 to 20:30. Generally, the earlier you book your dinner, the closer your seats will be to the stage. Choose from mouth watering home style Irish favourites like lamb stew, bacon and cabbage and locally sourced seafood. Dessert includes tempting Baileys cheesecake among others. The show begins at 20:30 and lasts two hours.

Experience the warmth of the Irish welcome at Celtic Nights Dinner & Show.

Why we like it
  • A popular evening of traditional Irish dancing, music and food in the heart of Dublin.
  • A three course meal of home style Irish dishes made with locally sourced produce, with vegetarian options.
  • Features top notch musicians and dancers, with audience participation.
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Contact details
23 Bachelors Walk, North City, Dublin 1, D01 E8P4, Ireland
Visit duration

We recommend planning to spend 3 to 4 hours here.

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