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Learn more about who we are and what you can expect from a visit with us.

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The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre (TSEAC) is an award-winning performance arts venue, that offers the opportunity to immerse in a diverse range of cultural experiences including, live music performances, cinema, comedy, and cultural events whilst also working to develop the artistic talents of others through our range of workshops and thriving music school. 

Steeped in Irish history, The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre’s unique and intimate performance space is regarded by many as ‘A hidden Gem’ in the Irish culture scene, offering the opportunity to fully experience every show in a way that maintains the historic culture and delivery of traditional folklore and storytelling, earning us the name ‘Ireland’s Biggest Little Arts Centre’.

A vibrant cultural hub of visual and performance art, education and more, The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre is a charity organisation owned and funded by Fingal County Council and gratefully receive additional supports from the Arts Council of Ireland as well as donations from our members, friends, patrons and visitors, which we use to continue to enrich people’s lives through art, culture, education and creativity whilst commemorating the work and life of the late Séamus Ennis without whom, our stories would be lost.


We want to ensure everyone has the best experience here at TSEAC, so we have put together everything that you need to know ahead of your visit. Please select a category below to learn more:





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Plan Your Visit

We look forward to welcoming you along to the next show! Please find details on how to find us, parking and local transport links below so that you can plan your next visit.

- Local Parking

Please be advised that parking is generally available on the village square, directly opposite the SEAC. Please consider local resident’s access to their homes and businesses when parking in Naul village. You can Find Directions to TSEAC on the map below:

- Transport Links

TSEAC is accessible via two public transport routes running 7 days a week, Local Link Route 195 (between Balbriggan and Ashbourne) and Route 192 (between Swords and Balbriggan).

- Local Link 195 (Balbriggan/Ashbourne)

- Local Link 192 (Balbriggan/Swords)


Venue Accessibility 

Please find information about our venue accessibility below:

- Access To Arts For All

Here at TSEAC, we want everyone to have the best time at every show. To ensure that our events are enjoyable for all, we have put measures in place to ensure we provide you with accessible support throughout your visit.

Here at TSEAC we ensure universal access, with fully accessible access into our theatre and Café. There are no steps to enter into any of our buildings. 


Our venue offers generously appointed accessible toilets and baby changing facilities are provided.

Designated seating or spaces are available for guests with additional needs at all of our shows. Please speak to a member of our friendly team about any requirements that you may have to make your visit more comfortable and enjoyable for you. 

- Need More Assistance?

We understand that each person's needs differ on an individual basis and are happy to assist in accommodating your visit in any way that we can. 

If you do have additional accessibility needs, please notify our team at time of booking or prior to your visit so that they can endeavour accommodate anything that you may need.

Should you have any queries regarding access or accessibility requirements, please contact us directly on or by phone 01 802 0898 and a member of our team will be more than happy to help.

Let's Connect!

Follow us on social media to stay up to date on all of our upcoming shows.

Support Our Centre

Your support helps us both showcase and develop the arts, share the benefits of creativity, and champion access to arts for all.

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