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The Friends Experience will bring 90s TV hit to life in Dublin

Global TV hit Friends aired from 1994 to 2004


THE Friends Experience, an interactive exhibition dedicated to the 1990s TV hit, is coming to Ireland for the first time. 

Following a European tour which organisers claim was attended by over 250,000 fans in Paris and Brussels alone, The Friends Experience will be heading to the Theatre Of Light at The Point Square in Dublin from October 24.



According to a press release, "Friends fans will be brought one step closer to their favourite characters as they take a look at the making of the show, costumes and props and recreate some of the most iconic moments from the globally loved television series, in this truly unique interactive experience, created by Warner Bros. Discovery Global Themed Entertainment, Original X Productions and Warner Bros Television Group.

A giant orange sofa in front of a fountain - could this be any more authentically Friends?


"Featuring a variety of nostalgia-packed, interactive sets including Monica’s kitchen and the iconic Friends fountain, The Friends Experience provides guests with the opportunity to take a trip down memory lane with plenty of photo opportunities and chances to recreate their favourite scenes, such as peeking around Rachel and Monica’s purple door, relaxing in Chandler and Joey’s recliners or helping Ross with the infamous sofa pivot.

"No Friends Experience would complete without paying homage to the show’s famed coffee house, Central Perk, which will be fully recreated in Dublin’s Theatre of Light, complete with the legendary orange sofa.


The Friends Experience will allow fans in Dublin to visit the TV favourites' regular haunt, Central Perk


"Friends fans will also be able to take home a memento of their visit from The Friends Experience Retail Store where they will find a selection of exclusive merchandise."

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“We are hugely excited to bring The Friends Experience to Dublin for the very first time – we know Ireland is full of Friends fans, so we can’t wait to see them on the famous orange sofa,” said Stacy Moscatelli, co-president and chief strategy officer of Original X Productions.

“Friends fans will be able to step inside the world of the iconic series, relive their favourite moments and celebrate the show like never before."



The Friends Experience has also visited US cities including Boston, Washington DC, Chicago, and has active locations in Detroit and Long Beach, as well as a flagship in New York City.

Tickets for The Friends Experience in Dublin will be on sale from September 22 via, where fans can also sign up for a a 24-hour pre-sale.



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