Full Production line of dancers on stage showing lighting
Two male dancers mid-leap
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The Venue
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The Venue

The Venue


Good-to-Know Info For Your Visit

Got your tickets booked? Planning your trip to see us? Here’s everything you need to know to make your experience with us easy and perfect…

Leisureland Theatre

The home of Trad on the Prom is Leisureland Theatre in Salthill, Galway. Beautifully located on the Wild Atlantic Way, the venue is a state-of-the-art facility which has hosted a catalogue of international acts including U2, Snow Patrol, Paul Weller, the RTE Symphony Orchestra and many more.

Leisureland Theatre is situated on Rockbarton Road, Salthill, Galway – a convenient 1.5km from Galway City Centre.

Trad on the Prom performed in Galway at the epic Volvo Ocean Race, to an audience of 60 000 people.

Getting Here and Parking

Buses leave daily at regular intervals from the City Centre to Salthill. If you are coming by car, there is ample accessible parking around the venue.

Full production performance under gold lighting.
Stage plan graphic.

The Theatre

To accommodate Trad on the Prom’s unique performance style, our production team has transformed the theatre into a 600-seater, tiered, state-of-the-art, multi-purpose performance space. It features integrated professional staging, sound, lighting and projection facilities.

The theatre comprises a ground floor, tiered section and balcony.

Dress Code

We want you to be relaxed when you visit, so feel free to come comfortably casual.

Female dancers taking centre stage during full production performance.
Chris Kelly playing guitar.

Show Duration

The show begins promptly at 8.30 pm and ends at 10.30 pm – a running time of two hours. There is a short interval.

A Tip from Us

Leisureland overlooks the world-famous Galway Bay, with its stunning views of the Clare Hills. Stretch your legs before or after the show with a walk up the promenade and take in the sea air. And don’t forget to kick the wall at Blackrock – it’s a local tradition and is said to bring you good luck!