University Concert Hall


About Us

University Concert Hall opened its doors over thirty years ago, it was the first purpose-built concert hall with variable acoustics to allow its sound design to be tailored to all genres of performance. It can seat 1,038 in its auditorium and can also be configured to a more intimate 400-seat space, the concert stage can be transformed into a raised stage as required. Over the years the venue has hosted numerous classical recitals, stand-up comedians, singer-songwriters, and of course, the now-famous Pantomime that has become synonymous with Christmas.

UCH's reputation as a venue has helped to attract some of the biggest names in entertainment from comedians Jimmy Carr, Daro O'Brien, and Tommy Tiernan, to singer-songwriters Imelda May and Van Morrison, Albert Hammond, and the legendary Christy Moore. The Irish Chamber Orchestra season and performances by the RTE National Symphony and Concert Orchestras are a staple of the venue's annual itinerary.

UCH has also played host to many TV and radio broadcasts including Gradam Ceoil and The Late Late Show, and is the ideal venue for symposiums and conferences.

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