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A beautiful studio can make or break your Dublin event. From photography sessions to art exhibitions, these stunning Dublin studio spaces are yours to hire, today. Choose from a range of aesthetics, from raw brick to clean-lined spaces – all you have to do is tell us what calls out to you and we'll get it booked. Not sure what you're looking for yet? Simply send us your enquiry and receive quick responses from a range of available venuesMatch with venues
Our favourite studio venues in Dublin
Workhub - Camden Street - Zoom Room
DCU St Patrick's Campus - Auditorium
Clayton Hotel Burlington Road - Meeting Room 3
Grand Canal Dock
DCU St Patrick's Campus - The Chapel
Workhub - Camden Street - Study Room
Mill Studios - South Studio
Smock Alley Theatre 1662 - The Boys School
Mill Studios - North Studio
The Marker Hotel - The Carnac + The Hamilton
Grand Canal Dock
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Your guide to booking a studio in Dublin
Getting a high-quality, reliable studio space in Dublin can feel like a bit of a chore. How many recording studios, photography studios and dance studios do you have to call and qualify, only to find they’re fully booked or way beyond your budget? What’s the best way to quickly and securely book a studio space in Dublin? Let us answer these questions for you.
Studios in Dublin
Booking a studio can be a little more involved than other Dublin-based venues. For some studio events, you may require professional-grade equipment. Recording sessions, for example, will be a lot easier if your studio booking in Dublin already has the infrastructure available to utilise. Getting a clear idea of what you expect from your Dublin studio is the crucial first step in booking an amazing venue – this way you avoid that feeling of disappointment when you arrive on the day of your booking.
Getting to and from your Dublin studio
Planning your travel arrangements is another vital part of the pre-planning process; Dublin is a well-spread city, interrupted by the snaking river Liffey, and you don’t want to be stuck in traffic on the river’s bank. For the most reliable way around the city, your best bet is to make use of the capital’s extensive transport system to get you to your studio. Dublin is well severed by buses, trains and trams (‘Luas’ to the locals) – just make sure to get on the right line.
Budgeting for your Dublin studio
With your studio criteria sorted and a well-thought-out transport route handy, it’s time to set a budget. Studios in Dublin vary in the budget, with location, size and standard of facilities augmenting the overall cost. Setting a budget of around €300 for a half-day, and €600 for a full day should give you a reasonable idea of the cost of a London studio. Once you have a budget that suits you, let us know and we’ll reach out to the best studio spaces in Dublin, and let them contact you. All you have to do is sit back, and relax.