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Abbey Theatre (Dublin)

The Abbey Theatre is the largest theatre in Dublin, putting on an impressive variety of productions including Shakespearian dramas, classic Irish shows by Bernard Shaw and Oscar Wilde, plus seasonal summer and festive shows. The playhouse has a rich history, with the renowned Irish poet W.B. Yeats involved in its founding back in 1904. Today the venue works hard to preserve both its traditional Irish heritage, while simultaneously embracing stage trends which have emerged from other nations.

The Abbey Theatre's exterior

Nowadays the Abbey Theatre remains on the lookout for the best performing talents locally around Dublin, nationally around Ireland, and internationally from theatre schools situated in major cities globally. This enterprising approach in talent scouting keeps the roster stocked with fresh faces which in turn attract regular influxes of theatregoers to the auditorium. This sustained local membership eagerly take their seats to behold these skilled thespians ply their craft.

The Abbey Theatre's auditorium, seating and stage

Address: The Abbey Theatre, 26 Abbey Street Lower, Dublin 1, D01 K0F1, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 8787222
Email: info@abbeytheatre.ie
Website: http://www.abbeytheatre.ie/