Dance – Dublin Performing Arts and Media Tours
4 days/3 nights from only £115pp
Dublin DubSeeSeFolk Music is an intrinsic part of the cultural life of Dublin. The sights and sounds of Traditional Irish Folk Music and Dance can be experienced throughout the city all year round.
Day 1,Depart UK,Ferry crossing from Holyhead to Dublin,Evening meal at a local restaurant
Day 2,Guided tour of Dublin,Afternoon Guinness Storehouse tour,Evening at leisure
Day 3,Irish Dancing and demo lesson,Visit James Joyce Centre ,Traditional night of Irish Dance and dinner
Day 4,Depart Ireland,Ferry crossing from Dublin to Holyhead,Arrive home[/table]
Feel free to contact us to tailor your own tour. 0845 200 0030
Irish Dancing Demo + Lesson
Our professional Irish Dancer will meet with your group and do an Irish Dancing Ceili lesson with them – firstly teaching them the basic steps followed by putting it into practice.
Traditional night of Irish Dance and dinner
There’s no better way to experience some real Irish Culture than to listen to live Irish music being played and learning the Jigs and reels of Irish step dancing. Learn from some of the masters of Irish set dancing and music.
Food Folklore and Fairies
Experience an enchanting evening of Irish Folklore and story telling while enjoying a traditional Irish candlelit dinner in Dublin’s oldest pub.
Irish Music Educational Workshop
This is an unforgettable experience for groups of all ages and abilities, drawing upon the best of both aural and visual worlds. It is a truly interactive workshop where groups join in the singing, dancing and enjoy the fun of making Irish music.
For prices on these and many more subject related visits call 0845 200 0030
No visit to this city is complete without visiting…
A visit to the Old Distillery in central Dublin gives visitors a chance to follow the craft of Irish Whiskey making. The visit consists of an audio-visual presentation, the tour of the distillery and the bottling process.
In the heart of historic Dublin the castle stands on the ridge on a strategic site at the junction of the river Liffey. Guided tours take place in the State Apartments and the excavations of one of the towers of the Norman stronghold and the chapel Royal.
Croke Park Gaelic Football Stadium & Museum
Football matches are played at Croke Park. The Museum is right in the heart of the stadium complex, complete with interactive elements, viewing theatre, archives and memorabilia. The guided tour takes the visitor to the dressing room through to the pitch.
The Guinness Storehouse is Dublins top attraction. The tour explains the history and process through an interactive process. Exhibition areas including ingredients brewing transport cooperage advertising and sponsorship.
National Gallery Of Ireland
The most striking exhibition is the permanent display of Bronze Age Irish gold, the museum exhibits items relating to Ireland. Other displays include metalwork from the Iron Age to the Middle Ages, Viking Ireland and political events in Ireland from1900 to 1921.
For prices on these and many other attractions call 0845 200 0030
✓ Executive coach travel
✓ Use of the coach during the tour
✓ Return ferry crossing via Dover / Calais
✓ Accommodation on a b&b basis
✓ Multi-bedded rooms for students
✓ Single/twin rooms for leaders
✓ Free itinerary planning and visits booking service
✓ Comprehensive travel pack
✓ 1:10 leader place ratio