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City nuptials at Smock Alley


by IMAGE
21st Jan 2015
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Black and white wedding

City slicking lovers listen up – we’ve uncovered a hidden gem, ripe for a nuptial merrymaking.

A working theatre located in the centre of Dublin City mightn’t be the first venue that springs to mind when considering your wedding location, but Smock Alley Theatre has completely transformed this perception. The restored 17th-century theatre steeped in history comes complete with a cracking team, dedicated to making your dream day a reality.

The space was opened as the first Theatre Royal located outside of London in 1662, and since then it has had many incarnations. From Theatre Royal, to whiskey warehouse, to Catholic Church it has now been lovingly restored to a vibrant and bustling theatre and performance space.

Located next to the quaint cobble-stones of Cow’s Lane, Smock Alley boasts a multi-tiered theatre and a stained glass banquet hall which can cater for up to 250 of your family and friends. The incandescent, luscious and spacious surroundings of the theatre provide the perfect culturally elegant wedding day backdrop. A stunning, intimate ceremony followed by a drinks reception and a candle lit banquet of fresh fish, local cheeses and divine desserts will make yours a day to be forever remembered and treasured.

For more information on the dream location, can be found here, ?with three Wedding Day packages to choose from to choose from or a wedding tailored to your own requirements.