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Siamsa Tíre, The National Folk Theatre & Arts Centre
Tralee, Co. Kerry
Visit Siamsa Tíre, Ireland's National Folk Theatre and Arts Centre. This vibrant centre in Tralee, County Kerry runs many exciting shows, dramas, exhibitions and musical acts.

Discover Siamsa Tíre, a renowned venue for showcasing traditional Irish music, song, dance folk productions and drama on stage. The National Folk Theatre of Ireland is involved in the preservation of Ireland’s cultural heritage through vibrant and colourful theatrical entertainment.

Book your ticket to see a performance from a cast of over 100 performers, comprising of dancers, singers and musicians, all professionally trained in the signature Siamsa style.

Journey to this lively theatre during the Summer Season with its programme of unique and vibrant shows that are performed in Ireland and abroad. Siamsa Tíre also has Irish dance and song workshops for visitors to learn some original Irish dance steps and songs from the stage repertoire.

Delve deeper into the arts with their continuous calendar of visual arts events which take place throughout the year in the galleries and exhibition area.

Why we like it
  • Enjoy top-class folk, drama, music productions on stage.
  • Take part in a dance and music workshop.
  • Explore the many inspiring exhibitions at the venue.
  • Pre-book your show ticket before they sell out.
Tips from locals

While you're in the area, take a relaxing stroll through Tralee Town Park where the theatre is based. Delight in the Rose Garden, Garden of the Senses, large green areas and children's playground.

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Contact details
Town Park, Denny St, Tralee, Co. Kerry, Ireland
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