Solstice Arts Centre is home to a range of spaces suitable for all types of artistic practice: performance, exhibitions, workshops, conferences, and informal meets. A hub of connectivity, the award-winning centre was designed by leading architect Shelley McNamara of Grafton Architects and opened to the public in 2006. Our much lauded technical and programme team are here to support you in how you connect with us.
The 320 seat theatre space is the core of the performing arts in Meath. With 20 flying lines and the latest lighting and audio technology, the theatre can support the professional development of regional groups whilst producing a vibrant national and international performance programme. The centre also has Kawai RX-7 grand and upright pianos to provide and explore a superior assortment of performance.
Located on the third floor, the Solstice Gallery is finished to the highest professional standard. The natural light through three connecting rooms can be controlled when required by a bespoke blind system. Integrated track lighting offers dynamic lighting options for visiting artists. With the provision of internet ports and audio in each of the galleries, Solstice can support a diversity of visual arts curation. Gallery Plan.
This ground-floor space provides a comfortable, child-friendly dining area for our cafe (new opening hours TBA shortly) and pre-concert bar with free wifi for customers. The Box Office, visual spaces and gift shop are also located in the Foyer.
Located on the ground floor, the studio provides a space of making and engagement between visiting artists and you, ideal for workshops and meetings.
For more information contact Technical Manager Nell Conneally at email@example.com