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.)
The closest Dart stops to the theatre are Grand Canal Dock coming from south, and Pearse Street coming from north.
Both Connolly Station and Heuston Station are accessible by Luas. While Connolly Station does have its own Luas station, it is necessary to cross on foot to Busáras station to take the right branch of the red line. For Heuston Station, the Luas station is located just outside the doors.
Routes 1, 47, 56a, and 77a all operate close to the theatre. .
There are two Dublin Bike stations outside the venue You’ll find some of the best cycle lanes in the city along the north of the Liffey!
The theatre does not have its own car park. The nearest car park is Q-Park Grand Canal Square located on Chimney View, off Pearse Street. The car park has 163 spaces with 70 of these available to pre-book in advance each day. There are three disabled spaces in the car park.
Spaces cannot be booked on the same day you want to park, it needs to be booked at least the day before. Download the Q-Park Rewards app to earn cashback on your parking spend.
To book please click here.