Box Office Opening Hours
Tuesday to Friday 10am–5pm
Online booking available 24/7 at www.thelinenhall.com
Box Office Telephone 094 902 3733
Call in during office hours and we will happily book your seats. Telephone us on 094 902 3733 and let us know what you wish to attend, please have your credit card details to hand when you make the call. Tickets can also be booked online here.
Tickets may be collected from the Linenhall office at any time during normal opening hours. All tickets must be collected 15 minutes prior to the commencement of the performance. Any tickets not collected by then will be sold on.
Feedback and Complaints Policy
Without you, we wouldn't exist! We are committed to providing you with a quality service of excellent arts experiences and we aspire to reaching as wide a customer base as possible. We welcome feedback from everyone and if you wish to get in touch you can follow our policy here. We would love to hear from you.
Latecomers will not be admitted until a suitable break in the performance occurs which is at the discretion of the front–of-house management.
Tickets may be cancelled up to 3pm the day before a performance without incurring any penalty. Tickets cancelled after this time must be paid for in full.
Workshops may be cancelled up to the date payment is due, full payment is required thereafter.
Exchanges can only be made Tue-Sat from 10am-5pm and cannot be made on the day of a performance.
Booking for Linenhall Film Club
Linenhall Film Club is affiliated to Access Cinema. Access Cinema is a national resource organisation for regional cultural cinema, and is a member of the International Federation of Film Societies.
As a club we are obliged to have a membership base that pay an annual subscription fee. You may become a member at any time during the Season, which runs from September until May. As a member you are entitled to bring a guest to any screening and your guest simply pays the flat admission fee. However, as our subscription fee is very modest at only one euro, we encourage even infrequent attendees to join up.
Tips for attending Workshops
Please ensure that old loose comfortable clothing is worn, as exploring a range of media can often be messy but is an intrinsic part of the whole workshop experience.
We carry out evaluations on our workshops so if you are asked to fill in a questionnaire we would really appreciate you doing so. We know it can sometimes be tedious but it helps us provide you with the best possible service.
At The Linenhall Arts Centre we greatly encourage and promote access for all.
All children under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult and have a valid ticket. Due to fire regulations all children attending a ticketed event must be in possession of a ticket, even if they do not occupy a seat. Everybody, no matter how small, needs a ticket so your baby will also need one. The ticket is complimentary on certain shows and subject to availability. Please advise box office at time of booking.
Please respect age ranges when booking, as performances are designed specifically for different age groups.
We would kindly ask that, should your child become restless/upset and cause a disturbance, you be mindful of other audience members and exit the auditorium to the nearest exit. Once your child is settled you are welcome to re-enter the auditorium but must be allowed entry by a member of The Linenhall Arts Centre staff to ensure there is minimal disturbance to other audience members or the acts/actors on stage.
Specifically for Children’s Workshops
When your child is dropped off for a workshop it is essential that the workshop facilitator is given a name and contact number to be used in the unlikely event of an emergency.
Many workshops are age specific and we would ask you to respect these guidelines for the benefit of your child and the other participants.
For details on schools booking please visit the Schools Booking page of our website.
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