Contemporary Music Centre
Handel's Hotel (Site of Neal's New Musick Hall)
The clue is the name: on the site of this hotel was once Neal's New Musick Hall, where on 13 April 1742, the nearly broke GF Handel...
Christ Church Cathedral
Its hilltop location and eye-catching flying buttresses make this the most photogenic of Dublin's cathedrals. It was founded in 1030 and...
Fishamble St, Dublin's oldest street, dates back to Viking times. Brass symbols in the pavement direct you towards a mosaic, just...
The best club night in the city is ostensibly a gay night, but does not discriminate: clubbers of every sexual orientation come for the...
La Dolce Vita
This easygoing place serves proper Italian antipasti, dished up in sharing plates and named after Fellini movies. You can get mixed...
19 Fishamble St · interesting places nearby
Contemporary Music Centre information
Anyone with an interest in Irish contemporary music must visit the CMC’s national archive where you can hear (and play around with on an electronic organ) 10,000 samples from composers of this and the last century. There’s also a good reference library where you can attend courses and meet composers.