Entertainment Center of Ireland (EI) will close as the new owners of the dolphin park plan to close in a month.
Source: The Irish Sun article The Dolphin Entertainment Center (EIC) will be closed as the newly owned company plans to close within the month.
The EIC will not be able to continue operations, and will be dissolved on the morning of December 10.
The centre has been in operation since 2012, and has hosted performances for over 60 years.
It has been owned by the Dolphin Club since 2014.
“Our thoughts and prayers are with the Dolphin and the members of the community.””
Dolphin Entertainment Center is one of two Dolphin centres in Dublin.”
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Dolphin and the members of the community.”
Dolphin Entertainment Center is one of two Dolphin centres in Dublin.
The Dolphin Club was set up in 1981 to host live performances for the Irish public.
It is one the biggest Dolphin shows in the world.
The show is now one of the biggest festivals in Ireland.
The other Dolphin Centre is in Londonderry, with a population of more than 2,000.
The former Dolphin was set to reopen in 2018 but is currently not open due to a number of safety concerns.
The dolphin shows have been cancelled and the venue has been converted into an office park.
The Dublin Zoo is currently hosting a show in which dolphins are filmed in the aquarium.
It will reopen in September 2018.
The new Dolphin centre is expected to be able host a number more events.