The FRIENDS Experience announce Dublin CLOSING date

 After a highly successful run‘The FRIENDS™ Experience: The One in Dublin’ announces the end of its extended run to February 25th 2024.

Since its Dublin arrival, The FRIENDS™ Experience has already been seen by over 55,000 FRIENDS™ fans for the limited-run Irish experience. ‘The FRIENDS™ Experience: The One in Dublin’ arrived in October, after recently welcoming visitors across four other cities in Europe and the UK. With extra dates added in December to the Dublin run of The FRIENDS™ Experience, located at the Theatre of Light, in Point Village due to demand, it is clear that Ireland is a leading European country when it comes to numbers of FRIENDS™ fans. 

The exhibition surrounding the globally loved television series FRIENDS™ gives Irish FRIENDS™ fans a last chance to step into the world of the iconic TV show and relive their favourite moments in a variety of nostalgic recreated sets and activations, including Monica’s apartment and the iconic FRIENDS™ fountain.

Speaking about the Dublin run so far and today’s last chance announcement, MD of the experience, George Wood, said:

“Dublin, The FRIENDS™ Experience has been in many cities across the globe, but our time here in Dublin will always be a cherished time for us all. Who knew there were so many devoted FRIENDS™ fans here. As always it was the Irish humour and kind nature that has made the run here so memorable for us.”

“It has been amazing to watch Irish FRIENDS™ fans step inside the world of the iconic series, relive their favourite moments and celebrate the show like never before.”

“For anyone who has yet to attend the Dublin experience – this is your last chance!”

Tickets for all dates and time slots are on sale through Ticketmaster and can be purchased via the link: 

The interactive space invites fans to explore the show’s history and relive their favourite moments, such as knocking on Rachel and Monica’s purple door, relaxing in Chandler and Joey’s recliners, helping Ross move his new sofa, and more. And of course, there’s a recreation of the iconic Central Perk cafe, complete with the legendary orange couch.