No, the Anam festival is open to all.
Guests must be over 18 for Other Voices presents Anam. No other events are age-restricted.
Yes. Tickets are available online at Ticketsolve. Tickets are also available from the Students’ Union office in the U on the DCU Glasnevin Campus (9.15-17.00 Monday-Thursday, 9.15-16.00 Friday), and from the Student’s Union on DCU St Patrick’s Campus.
Due to capacity limits, we can only issue two tickets per person for Other Voices presents Anam and Heart of the Rowl. For free events, we will issue a maximum of four tickets per person.
Most Anam events are free of charge. The only charged events are Other Voices presents Anam (€15/ €12 Students), The Heart of the Rowl (€15/ €12 Students), Almost, Maine (€5), and Acabella and Friends (€10).
No, all events are either free-seating or standing.
Both printed copies and electronic tickets on a mobile phone are accepted.
No, we are unable to offer this service.
Doors will open 30 minutes before the start time of each evening event.
Unfortunately not. We cannot exceed the maximum capacity of any venue, due to Health and Safety regulations.
Only small personal bags, please.
The Venue for Other Voices Presents Anam is the only location with a cloakroom.
People attending day-time events will be able to access the cafés and restaurants on each campus.
Yes, but please refrain from using flash photography, and please remain seated to ensure that other guests can fully enjoy the event.
All events are on DCU campuses. Please click here to access campus maps, opening the relevant tab for each campus.
Parking fees apply at all times on DCU Glasnevin and DCU St Patrick’s campuses. Please observe all signage and park in designated spaces only. On DCU Glasnevin Campus, please use the multi-storey car park (Car Park 1) next to the Collins Avenue entrance. On DCU St Patrick’s Campus, please use Car Park 6 and Pay by Text. There is limited parking available at DCU All Hallows.
Please send all requests to [email protected] or call (01) 7005666, no later than 5pm, Monday, 1 April.
We kindly ask you stay in your place throughout Anam’s seated events. If you do need to leave the venue, please be mindful of the performers and other audience members.
No. We are sorry, but DCU is not responsible for valuables left on campus.