Seamus Ennis Arts Centre, Fingal, Co. Dublin

Séamus Ennis - Sculpture by Vincent Browne, commissioned by Fingal Arts Office and located at the entrance to The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre.

Dedicated to the memory of master uilleann piper and folklore archivist Séamus Ennis, The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre (SEAC) is a multi-disciplinary arts centre with a year-round programme which includes music, cinema, comedy, theatre, family events, workshops, art exhibitions and educational talks.

Arts in education is reflected in many of SEAC’s activities. Our school of music runs throughout term-time and provides tuition for both children and adults in tin whistle, flute, uilleann pipes, fiddle, banjo and guitar. The end of year concert provides an opportunity for young musicians to showcase their talent to an appreciative audience of family and friends. SEAC also hosts weekly classes in Irish Dancing in addition to children’s summer camps which incorporate dance, singing and drama.

A wide range of art and craft workshops for both children and adults take place throughout the year with many seasonally themed workshops taking place around Easter, Halloween and Christmas. Children’s camps also run during summer holidays. These fun, engaging, hands-on classes provide attendees with an opportunity to gain a variety of new skills in a safe and supportive environment.

SEAC is supported by Fingal Arts Office and The Arts Council.


Contact Details

Contact Name

Deirdre Roche, Director


Main Street,
Naul, Fingal,
Co. Dublin,
K32 AY27


Telephone No.

00353 (0)1 8020898



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