The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre (formerly The Séamus Ennis Cultural Centre) is Fingal County Council’s centre of excellence for traditional arts.
TSEAC was officially opened on October 23rd 2001. While it was originally conceived to commemorate the work and life of the late Séamus Ennis, over the years TSEAC has undergone extensive refurbishment to become a unique venue to showcase performances from local, regional, national and international artists across a wide range of arts including, Music Concerts & Festivals, Traditional Arts, Art Exhibitions, Music School, Theatre, Comedy & Cinema and creative workshops.
The recent development of a covered outdoor performance area has provided additional space for larger scale concerts as well as Craft and Food Fairs and Community events. The Cottage Café provides a warm and welcoming atmosphere for visitors and locals alike.
Following a year-long commemoration of the Centenary of Séamus Ennis in 2019, plans are underway to create an archive to celebrate the life and legacy of Séamus Ennis.
The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre is owned and funded by Fingal County Council, with additional funding from The Arts Council and the kind support of our Friends and patrons.
On site facilities include a theatre, covered outdoor performance space, an archive (opening late 2020), café with disability access and off street parking