OFFSET DUBLIN 2017
Since 2010, The Bord Gáís Energy Theatre has been more than just our venue, but also our home. Designed by acclaimed architect, Daniel Libeskind, the striking architecture and scale of the building matches our vision and ambition for OFFSET.
Located in the Grand Canal Docks it is situated at the heart of the rejuvenated docklands area and has become a key part of the cultural landscape since it opened its doors six years ago.
The closest Luas station is Mayor Square (NCI) on the Red Line, heading east towards The Point. The theatre is a 10-minute walk from the station (720m approx.)
On foot from the station, head east on Mayor Street Lower toward Guild St, turn right onto Guild St, continue onto Samuel Beckett Bridge, follow as road turns slightly left and becomes Sir John Rogerson's Quay, turn right onto Cardiff Lane, turn left onto Misery Hill and Bord Gáis Energy Theatre will be on the right.
Routes 1, 47, 56a, and 77a, all operate close to the theatre. Routes 15a, 15b and 151 operate to the Docklands on the Northside, less than a 10-minute walk away.
The closest Dart stops to the theatre are Grand Canal Dock coming from south, and Pearse Street coming from north.
On foot from Grand Canal Dock, head north on Barrow St toward Ringsend Road, turn left onto Ringsend Road, turn right onto Grand Canal Quay, continue straight to Grand Canal Square and Bord Gáis Energy Theatre will be on the left.
On foot from Pearse Street, head east on Pearse Street, turn left onto Grand Canal Quay, continue straight to Grand Canal Square and Bord Gáis Energy Theatre will be on the left.