Main Theatre Floor at Twenty Two Dublin; Unique Venue in City Centre

Private Events

Private Events at Twenty Two……..An Exclusive, Alternative Event Space in the Heart of Dublin

Unlike most locations in Dublin, Twenty Two offers a unique backdrop and cosmopolitan HQ for Corporate Events, unique & bespoke weddings, launches & private events. Our emphasis is ensuring your time with us is memorable for all the right reasons – something we pride ourselves on & which has gained our reputation as a leading hospitality location in Dublin City.

Complete with Bespoke Design Features, Elegant Furnishings, Secret 80 pax Private Bar, x500 pax Exclusive Event Space, State of the Art Tech Spec,  Convenient Dublin City Centre Location and many more Hidden Gems, Twenty Two Dublin has the ability to make your event spectacular.

Our elegant venue is available for private hire Sunday to Thursday (and Friday and Saturday until 11pm) – for large or more intimate events. Offering spaces that can accommodate bookings from 40 to 400, Twenty Two Dublin can accommodate all your events needs.

Our Conference and Events team are on hand to work with you to ensure no detail is missed. We vow to support you from start to finish and can ensure you the very highest standards in hospitality, communication and exceptional attention to every detail regarding your event.

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“We have held two Corporate Evenings at Number Twenty Two and we couldn’t recommend it highly enough.  The staff and the service are excellent.  The venue is salubrious with a unique atmosphere, hidden away from the hustle and bustle of Grafton Street! The food is delicious. We’ll definitely be back!’’

Lorraine Killick, Irish Wind Energy Association

“Twenty Two was the ideal venue to host an exclusive event for my company. They helped us achieve just the right setting and dealt with our sold out event with ease. A beautiful venue with a great team working behind the scenes to ensure events run smoothly”

Phillip Keogh, CEO Dragged Up