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Location

The Samuel Beckett Theatre is situated towards the centre of the Trinity College campus. When entering TCD via the College Green Arch, continue walking eastwards, keeping to the left (north/Pearse Street) side of Front Square and New Square. The Theatre is past the northeast corner of New Square, facing the Rugby Grounds. See College Map for details.

Pedestrian entrances to the campus

  • Front Gate (Arch), College Green - open until midnight Monday to Friday and until 18.00 on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. Please note that after 18.00 on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, only the Nassau St/Arts Building and Lincoln Place entrances to Trinity College are open.
  • Nassau Street/Arts Building - open until 22.30 Monday to Friday, midnight Saturday and Sunday. To access the Theatre, continue walking north towards the far side of Front Square and then turn east (right) past Front Square and New Square.
  • Lincoln Place - open daily until midnight. Walk north and west, to the opposite corner of the open spaces (College Park and the rugby ground).
  • Pearse Street (Science Gallery) entrance: open Monday to Friday only until 19.30pm. Walk in a westerly direction, keeping to the Pearse Street side of College to access the Theatre.

Public Transport

Trinity College is within 10 minutes walk of all city centre termini, including bus, DART (Pearse Station via Lincoln Place entrance or Tara St Station via College Green entrance), Luas (Green Line - St Stephen's Green, Red Line - Abbey St)

Car

There is no parking for theatre patrons on the campus of Trinity College; nearest car parks - Setanta (Nassau St), Andrew's Lane (off Dame St) and Temple Bar (Fleet St)

Disabled Access

The auditorium of Samuel Beckett Theatre is accessible for wheelchair-users. However, advance notification is required to ensure that adequate space is reserved (contact Francis Thackaberry, General Manager fthackab@tcd.ie, phone 01 - 896 1334).

 


Last updated 6 December 2017 by Francis Thackaberry (Email).