Culture is Catching on Fri 21 Sep as Culture Night returns with a sprawling programme of free late-night cultural activities for all to enjoy, proudly supported by Dublin Bus.
Dublin will play host to over 500 events across 300 venues and Dublin Bus are helping you soak up as many of the activities as possible by operating FREE Culture Night buses along four tailored routes.
Buses will depart every 20 minutes from bus stops along Routes A to D and don’t be surprised to catch some culture while en route… We’ve got a couple of surprises lined up!
Bus routes A, B, C & D will operate from 6pm – 11pm, departing every 20 minutes. The last bus will depart at 10.30pm to be at outermost venue for pick-up at 11pm.
Bus Éireann Culture Night Buses will leave approximately every 20 minutes from the Culture Stops at City Hall. The buses will start at 7pm and the last bus leaves City Hall at 10pm. There are three routes serving the venues.
Bus Stop: City Hall, Eglington St to Blackrock Castle
Route: City Hall > Victoria Rd. > Centre Park Road > Blackrock
Castle > Centre Park Road > Victoria Rd. > City Hall
Bus Stop: City Hall, Terence McSweeney Quay to Collins Barracks
Route: City Hall > Lavitts Quay > Shandon > Blackpool > Collins Barracks
> Summerhill North > City Hall
Bus Stop: City Hall, Anglesea St to Wilton Road (for CUH)
Route: City Hall > St. Finbarre’s Cathedral > Western Rd. > County Hall > Wilton
Roundabout > County Hall > Old Cork Waterworks > Sunday’s Well > City Hall
Bard on the Bus
On our Cork Culture Night Busses this year, comedy, drama and tragedy will ensue when Cyclone Productions present ‘Bard on the Bus’ – selected Shakespearean extracts to entertain you as you depart on your journey.
Expect appearances from Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth and Shylock, Helena and Puck, Balthazar, Hamlet, and an unmissable Donald Trump as Mark Antony.