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Irish Songs and Stories
Dublin City, Co. Dublin
Family friendly
Paid car parking
Discover the heart and soul of Ireland through traditional music and storytelling at the Irish Songs and Stories show. The Trinity Bar and Venue, on Dame St. in the centre of Dublin City, hosts the show and serves tasty Irish food favourites in an intimate setting.

The Irish Songs and Stories show is a 3.5 hour journey into the heart of Irish culture, featuring traditional music, storytelling, and dance, paired with a delectable three course Irish dinner.

The evening commences with live Irish music set in an inviting atmosphere. The musicians use a variety of instruments, including fiddles, flutes, guitars, bodhráns, mandolins and whistles.

The meal includes a starter, main course and dessert, with vegetarian options available. Choose from old time favourites such as Irish stew, bacon and cabbage, pork sausages, cottage pie, smoked salmon and chicken wings, with Baileys cheesecake and more.

The storytelling segment brings captivating tales from Irish folklore and history, which are family friendly. A spirited Irish dance performance takes centre stage, featuring a world class group of dancers, followed by a discussion and live renditions of classic Irish songs.

Audience participation is often encouraged and you will be invited to sing along or take part in certain dances or activities. This enriching experience leaves guests with a deeper appreciation of Irish heritage and cherished memories.

The venue is wheelchair accessible.

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46-49 Dame St, Temple Bar, Dublin Southside, Co. Dublin, D02 X466, Ireland
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