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The Sheds is an old fashioned pub - no fancy cocktails or fancy food but pints and spirits served by friendly staff.
The Viking theatre is upstairs and is tiny but a wonderful little venue - a great addition to clontarf and the shows performed...More
We stumbled across this tiny theatre on a 3 day trip to Dublin. It's basically a room above a local pub so is very intimate. We sat in the front row a local and our feet were actually on the stage. Don't be fooled into...More
A lovely evening out in a unique Northside Theatre, it's small ,it's upstairs ,(over a pub) there is a queue to enter. There is free parking on the road outside.
The plays are varied and usually of an Irish theme. Leave your e mail and...More
Running until jan 28 this solo play written And preformed by seamus orourke is well worth a visit.its sad and poignant.its short about 70 minutes long.up to the usual high standard of events at the viking.
I've been to this theatre on a number of different occasions, and with different friends, and have never been disappointed. Always great acting, and a fantastic theatre experience in this very intimate venue, and at a very reasonable price.
I've said it before, and I think it's true, that local theatre is fantastic. The Viking Theatre @the Sheds in Clontarf is a case in point. The setting is small, intimate, friendly. I've been to many shows here and will continue to enjoy this facility....More
Always a pleasure to go to the Viking ...I live local so it is within walking distance. ..i find that any play i have been to has always been great..in fact I often went twice to the same production. ..the people who take the money...More
I have been to many productions in this small, but excellent theatre. The latest, Made in China, is another in a long list of fine shows i have enjoyed here. and now they have they're own theatre group, The Corps Ensemble. fair play(!) to them....More