Mill Theatre Dundrum is a modren 205 seat capacity theatre, located in the heart of Dundrum Town Centre - by the Mill Pond. Since opening in May 2006 it has staged a wide variety of performing arts, community theatre, visual art, comedy, music, and children's shows. The Theatre brings many people together both on and off stage. It has become a focal point of the community in South Dublin and a home for local groups and stage schools. Multi purpose space with various rooms available for hire for all types of meetings and classes.
Maureen O'Hara Studio - The Studio space at Mill Theatre Dundrum was renamed in honor of screen actress Maureen O'Hara in 2012 following discussion with the Maureen O'Hara Foundation and personal contact with the legendary movie actress. - An intimate sound proofed performance space with small ajoining dressing room. Can be arranged in Theatre or Cabaret audience styles. Suitable for a variety of performances and also available for private hire during the day as rehearsal or meeting space. Seating capacity: 45.
The Castlethorn Room - Can be used as dance studio, wooden floor, equipped with floor to ceiling mirrors. Available for hire for rehearsals, meetings, interviews and presentations. Capacity: 15-20.
Room hire rates are available from the box office on 01-296 9340 - If you wish to hire any of our rooms for a meeting / rehearsal space please email: aoife [at] milltheatre [dot] ie
The venue is available for hire for private functions such as fashion shows, film premieres, product launches, weddings and birthday celebrations. It is also available to hire as a film location / production site for small - medium scale film & commercial productions. Most recently the venue was used to film the following commercial:
The Mill Bar - Situated on Level B1, the bar is open 1 hour before showtimes, during intervals and after most shows. A full bar, we also stock a selection of snacks, ice-cream and non-alcoholic beverages. To make your evening more enjoyable and stress-free you can pre-order your interval drinks at the bar before the show.
Situated on the Ground Floor Level G are the Office & Library of The Drama League of Ireland.
‘Inspiring excellence in amature theatre’ The Drama League of Ireland aims to support, nurture and enhance the aspirations and activities of practitioners in the amateur theatre sector through education, training, advocacy and advisory services. As the national resource service for the amateur theatre community in Ireland and as a voluntary arts organisation, the DLI seeks to o develop, maintain and improve services for voluntary arts practitioners.
More Info: http://www.dli.ie