Music and Theatre Waterford
Garter Lane Arts Centre
Address: 22A O'Connell Street ,
Republic of Ireland
Telephone: +353 (0)51 855038
Fax: +353 (0)51 871570
The centre is housed in a Quaker meeting house that was built in 1792. The entrance gives no idea of the size of the 18th century building behind. Garter Lane Arts Centre, is in many ways the centre of artistic and cultural life in Waterford. It presents regular visiting exhibitions of art. The adjoining Garter Lane Theatre features regular theatrical presentations.
Enjoy our exhibitions in our spacious gallery Tuesday through Saturday or get creative in our art classes at 5 O'Connell Street (beside Delaney's Florists). Our newly renovated theatre at 22a O'Connell Street presents the best film, music, theatre and dance.
We love having visitors, so call us now on 051 855038 to find out what's on at Garter Lane, or drop in to our box office which is open Tuesday through Saturday from 11am.
Waterford International Light Opera Festival
Address: Theatre Royal ,
Republic of Ireland
Telephone: +353 (0)51 873192
A classic among events, the Waterford International Festival of Light Opera is long established, popular and polished.
It gathers some of the leading Music Societies from throughout these islands to the attractive and newly expanded Theatre Royal in the very elegant Mall of Waterford City. Intimate yet spacious, traditional yet up to date, the theatre itself is important in the overall appeal of this delightful competitive festival.
Affectionately known as the “mother of all festivals” and currently celebrating its 51st anniversary, the Waterford International Festival of Light Opera is the premier event of its kind in these islands.
Showcasing productions from award winning amateur musical societies at home and abroad, the festival takes place in the very stylish and newly refurbished Theatre Royal in Waterford city.
Start Date: To be confirmed
End Date: To be confirmed Forum Theatre
Address: The Glen ,
Telephone: +353 (0)51 871111
The Forum Theatre is located at The Glen in Waterford city. The Forum Theatre is the largest concert/conference venue in the South East of Ireland with a seating capacity of over 1,000. The Forum has a "Theatre Licence" which allows full bar facilities during events. Waterford's theatres play host to the many perfromances produced by local and travelling theatre companys, national and international stars and to the many musical societys who delight audiences with popular shows all year round
Theatre Royal Waterford
Address: The Mall
Telephone: +353 (0)51 874402
The Theatre Royal, as the premiere venue in the South East, plays host to the best national and international touring artists and companies and with the assistance of Waterford City Council and The Arts Council is increasingly seeking to mount its own productions for the people of the city and the region
Address: St. Michael's Hall,
Telephone: +353 (0)58 54975
A true taste of tradition with vibrant music played on traditional instruments, original dance routines, brush dancing, set - dancers of all ages, beautiful singing and silver - tongued seanachaí ( storyteller ) reminiscing about times past being delivered by a cast of 60 + enthusiastic artists. You will clap, sing, laugh and definitely enjoy!
On every Wednesday night from 21st July ~ 29th of August. A feast of traditional Irish entertainment. Experience a warm Irish welcome to an exciting uninterrupted 90 minute show packed with music, dance, song and storytelling