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Dublin's newest oldest theatre. Enjoys contemporary takes on the classic and the excitement of the emerging artist. Smock Alley was the first Theatre Royal built in Dublin. John Ogilby opened it in 1662 as part of the Restoration of the British...more
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6-7 Exchange Street Lower | Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland
Nine of us attended "Love a La Mode" in Smock Alley Theatre last Thursday evening, with dinner before the play in the beautiful space upstairs. We had a great night! It was very good value: €30 each for a main course, a glass of wine...More
We happened upon Smock Alley Theatre when wandering around the Temple Bar area and checked what was on this week. We booked for Love a la Mode not knowing quite what to expect, and have had a brilliant evening. The theatre is simple but spacious...More
Dragged myself out of bed after a bout of 'flu because I had booked for 'Daddy Long Legs' - a favourite book of mine since childhood, plus I had been promising myself a trip to Smock Alley for ages and just never got around to...More
Last night I went to see God Has No Country, a one-man show at Smock Alley Theatre. The title lead me to believe that this play would in some way interrogate the moral dilemmas of war and cast the old World War II verities in...More
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Smock A, Box Office Assistant at Smock Alley Theatre 1662, responded to this reviewResponded 17 October 2017
Thanks so much for your detailed feedback on your visit.
We're sorry the show did not meet your expectations. As was outlined in the show description, 'God Has No Country' is a 'dramatic retelling of the war time exploits of Irish priest Hugh...More
Smock Alley hosted some events during the Festival of Curiosity. Both the downstairs and upstairs spaces are very good. The former giving everyone excellent views of the stage area and the later space is in a wonderfully light space with beautiful stained glass windows. It's...More