National Concert Hall to fall silent for two years of refurbishment works
It is likely that the hall, located on Earlsfort Terrace and backing onto the Iveagh Gardens, will be closed in either 2021 or 2022 for about two years
The National Concert Hall will close for at least two years to allow for a substantial refurbishment of its main auditorium.
“The hall was opened in 1981 so by the time we close for refurbishment it will already be 40 years old,” said its chief executive, Simon Taylor. “We want to make sure that the work we do now takes us through for another 40 years.”
It is likely that the hall, located on...
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