For a city that produced Oscar Wilde, George Bernard Shaw and Samuel Beckett, it’s no surprise that theater is a huge source of pride in Dublin.
Theater holds a much-loved place in Dublin culture and the Abbey Theatre has been a place for literary greats since W. B. Yeats first opened its doors in 1904. As the national theater of Ireland, it promotes a bevy of homegrown writing talent, both past and present, and tours nationally and internationally to universal acclaim. Book a premium seat in the stalls to make the most of the powerful performance space, and enjoy some of the best drama in the English-speaking world.
+353 1 887 2200
26/27 Lower Abbey Street, Dublin 1