At the heart of every festival lies the Festival Club. After immersing yourself in the world's best theatre, this is where to go to unwind. Now in our sixth year at the Odessa Club, we are thrilled to have the best of Irish musical talent to add to your festival entertainment. Keep an eye on the Festival website for more details.
The Odessa Club
Located in the heart of the city centre, the Odessa Club is the perfect place where members can eat, drink, network and party. If you are a small or large party, the club caters for all; with intimate corners to lose the night away in and two large event rooms with a capacity of 200.
Admission to the Festival club is open to all Festival Club pass holders, with special food and Drink offers available throughout the festival. All info available here
- Sunday-Thursday: 12 noon - 12:30pm
- Friday -Saturday : 12 noon- 2:30pm
Booking for all Festival Club events is through the Festival Box Office. For more info on the Odessa Club see www.odessa.ie or call on 01 6703080.
Kaleidoscope is a night of ancient, classical and contemporary music presented in the intimate setting of the Odessa Club and curated by violinist Cliodhna Ryan and cellist Kate Ellis. It has been described by The Irish Times as “one of those life-saving, spiritlifting, pioneering cultural ventures we keep hearing about”. Kaleidoscope returns to Dublin Theatre Festival with an evening of music inspired by the ground-breaking and pioneering creativity of the American spirit presented in this year’s Festival programme. Limited capacity – please book early.
Date Oct 3
A Capital Idea
John Kelly is one of Irelandâ€™s best-known broadcasters. For many years he has presented some of the best-loved and most critically acclaimed music and arts programmes on the Irish airwaves. He is also an accomplished writer. His books include The Little Hammer and Sophisticated Boom Boom and his radio play The Pipes was broadcast earlier this year by RTÃ‰. For A Capital Idea John will be joined by special guests for an intimate and informal evening of music, conversation and song, celebrating our capital city, its cultural achievements and its unique character. Variations on a theme of Dublin.
Date Oct 10