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Classrooms and Theatres

  • Lecture Theatre

Our campus buildings are the ideal venue for meetings, staff training, ongoing courses or weekend conferences. We have a range of rooms, from classrooms for 20 to theatres for 500 people.

All rooms are well equipped with audio-visual equipment. Contact us with your requirements.

External room booking requests should be directed to reservations@ucd.ie or by phone to + 353 (0)1 7162826

Internal academic room bookings should be directed to UCD Room Allocations website or call + 353 (0)1 7168632

Room Bookings Terms & Conditions (PDF 818KB)

Newman Building

Overlooking the lake, the Newman Building is one of the hubs of the campus. Its many classrooms and theatres are well fitted for any event. They are linked by bright, open concourses that are regularly used by visitors as assembly points or as exhibition and posterboard areas with 650sqm available.

Seven tiered theatres are available, with seating capacities between 200 and 500. A selection of twenty classrooms can also accommodate from 20 to 80 people.

Health Sciences Building

Located within the UCD Science District, the Health Sciences Building boasts an extensive array of modern, state-of-the-art, purpose-build classrooms and theatres, linked by glass-walled concourses and an impressive Gallery, all available for hire for exhibiton and posterboard areas.

Six theatres are available, with seating capacities between 110 and 330. A selection of classrooms can accommodate from 20 to 60 people.

UCD O'Brien Centre for Science

The New UCD O'Brien Centre for Science is intended to be a transformational resource for Irish Science. It will act as a highly visible, high quality and inspiring showpiece and resource at a university, National and International level. The proposed centre will house 6 major lecture theatres, up to 30 small meeting/breakout areas, large glass atrium ideal for exhibitions -  all spanned out over 5 floors.

Download the Science District (PDF 2.6 MB)