An Táin Arts Centre is an independent arts space in Dundalk, Co. Louth. We are a venue with two theatres, a gallery, artist studios, a production house, a meeting point for creatives, a supporter of artists and a home for the arts in Dundalk.
Situated along Ireland’s Ancient East, Dundalk has a rich cultural heritage that dates to at least 3500 BC. An Táin Arts Centre derives its name from the Táin Bó Cúailnge or the Cattle raid of Cooley, a legendary story from early Irish literature, which is said to have taken place in the nearby Cooley Peninsula.
Supported by Louth County Council and The Arts Council, An Táin Arts Centre houses a 350 seat main theatre, a 55 seat studio theatre, a visual arts gallery, two workshop spaces and supports Bó Studios a new artist studio in the heart of Dundalk. Our programme is a diverse collection of local arts, national tours, workshops, exhibitions and in-house productions. To view the programme click here.
Please note that our Technical Information section is currently being updated due to changes in equipment. All programming, rental and technical queries can be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Fergus Mullen (Chair)
Director / CEO
Paul Hayes Email
Audience Development Manager
Mary Claire Cowley Email
Front of House and Marketing Officer
Linda McConville Email
Josie Knight Email
Arts Centre Assistants
Front of House Assistants
Katie Anne Bolger
The company’s constitution can be viewed here.
An Táin Arts Centre is a company limited by guarantee (CRN 537097) and registered charity (20143145) with charitable tax exemption (CHY 21695). Our most recent externally audited accounts can be viewed here:
Year End 2014.12.31 / Year End 2015.12.31 / Year End 2016.12.31 /
Year End 2017.12.31 / Year End 2018.12.31 / Year End 2019.12.31 /
Year End 2020.12.31
An Táin Arts Centre is committed to transparency and accountability in all our work.
Contact us if you have any questions.