RTE Concert Orchestra Family Concerts
Join the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra in the National Concert Hall for an action-packed musical adventure for all the family.
Find out how a Prince could fall in love with an orange, be enchanted by the Sugar Plum Fairy, but watch out for Baba Yagá – a wicked witch with an appetite for…children! This hour-long concert features musical characters old and new, mystical and magical. There’s lots of fun and interaction, and you’ll even get a chance to make music with the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra in the audience participation piece. If you play an instrument, why not bring it along.
Venue:- National Concert Hall / Main Auditorium
Classification:- Family Concerts / Suitable for children 7 – 12
Date / Time:- TBC
- Adult €15
- Child €10
- Family of 4 ticket (2 adults, 2 children): €40
How To Get To The National Concert Hall
The National Concert Hall is located in the centre of the city beside St. Stephen’s Green.
Please be aware that there is a one-way system in place on St Stephen’s Green so please follow the instructions below
Follow the signs to the City Centre.
From O’Connell Street, head south over the River Liffey, down D’Olier Street, past Trinity College onto Nassau Street.
From Nassau Street, take a right turn onto Kildare Street.
This will lead you onto St. Stephen’s Green.
Continue down towards Baggot Street, take the first right onto Pembroke Street, straight past Fitzwilliam Square until you come to a set of traffic lights.
Turn right onto Leeson Street and at the next set of traffic lights take the left onto Earlsfort Terrace where the National Concert Hall is situated on the right hand side.
Harcourt Street is within 5 minutes walk of the National Concert Hall and runs regularly: every 5 minutes at busy periods and every 15 minutes at less busy periods