The Blue House in Dublin’s Old Town has been closed for the year
The Blue, a blue house in Old Town Dublin has been shuttered for the rest of the year due to lack of business.
The owner, Peter, had no comment to The Irish News about why he closed it down, as the property was being used as a venue for events including the annual Dublin Fringe Festival.
The Blue House, which was built in 1867, has been used for theatre, opera, opera houses, concerts, parties, lectures, weddings and events, for more than 100 years.
It was purchased by the Dublin Frightening Society in 2011, when it was a popular spot for parties and events.
It closed in 2016 and was used as an outdoor venue until February 2018, when the property came under threat of being demolished due to its poor state.
Peter said that he had been using the Blue House as a “party, party, party”, but he said that there was not much interest in doing so at the moment.
Peter, who was previously the president of the Dublin branch of the Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, said that in his 30 years of running the Blue, there had never been a night of the week of 6pm.
However, he did have a night on Friday, which is what he used to have for his parties.
He said that although he did not think he could sell it, it was still worth keeping because the property “was a good property”.
“The main thing is that I have it, and I like it,” he said.
“I am not looking to sell it at the end of the day.”
He said he had tried to sell the house several times but had not received much interest.
The Irish Times