Situated 10 minutes from Dublin city centre, The Irish House Party is a wonderful experience in Dublin. It is a traditional Irish music and dance party in an 18th century Dublin townhouse. On arrival you are welcomed by our host where you will enjoy a delicious 3 course traditional Irish dinner from a choice menu before the entertainment starts. There are gluten free and vegetarian options available.
After your dinner you are brought into the parlour room of the house where you are entertained by All Ireland champion musicians and dancers. You get to see the musicians and dancing up close and also to experience our indigenous Irish instruments such as the harp, uilleann pipes and bodhran. Dinner seating is at 7pm. The show starts at 8.30pm and finishes at 10pm. Families are welcome.
Established in 2010.
The Irish House Party was something of a revolt by Irish musicians against the cheesy and the twee. It is traditional Irish music and Irish dancing at its very best, performed by All Ireland champion musicians, dancers and entertaining presenters. It is consistently voted as one of the top ten things to do in Dublin.
Meet the Business Owner
From Dublin, Ireland, Declan has been immersed in traditional Irish music from an early age with his father playing the button key accordion and his brothers also playing Irish music. He started playing the tin whistle at age 7 and began performing and touring from an early age. Declan has also just recently co wrote the soundtrack for Irish movie ‘Life’s a Breeze’ . While having a great love for traditional Irish music, Declan is always keen to experiment with different musical genres and combine them with Irish music. Indeed Declan is often heard knocking out some pop, rock and dance tunes on his tin whistle! He set up The Irish House Party evening with co owner Gerry Nolan in 2010
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