The Theatre Royal is Ireland’s oldest continually operating theatre.
The Theatre Royal is Ireland’s oldest continually operating theatre. Lovingly restored, this Victorian gem hidden within a beautiful Georgian building, is a jewel in the midst of Waterford’s Viking Triangle. The building opened in 1785 and included a playhouse and Assembly Rooms which were designed by famous Waterford architect John Roberts.
The train station is located approx 2km from the Theatre Royal.
Directions by Foot from Train Station
When travelling on N9 (from Dublin), N25 ( from Wexford) or N24 ( from Limerick):
When travelling on N25 from Cork: