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Dublin Theatres

Dublin Ireland Theatres - There are many tourists who visit Ireland that are interested in checking out a Dublin theatre production. When it comes to the theatre in Dublin, there are several different options to consider when ready to explore the area performing arts scene. For starters, locals will always point you in the direction of the popular Dublin theatre called the Abbey Theatre.

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Many notable founders are attached to the theatres in Dublin. This can be seen in the Gate Theatre of Dublin, as well as the Abbey, which was actually founded by W.B. Yeats. Additional theatre and performing arts scenes in Dublin to consider paying a visit to includes the International, as well as the New Theatre of Dublin.

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Abbey Theatre
26 Lower Abbey Street
Dublin, Ireland
When looking to visit the National Theatre of Ireland, you’ve come to the right spot. This location is filled with loads of history and talent.

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City Arts Centre
23 Moss Street
Dublin, Ireland
There are many different events that are held at this location. Of course, theatre is offered, but also fringe theatre shows, as well as stand-up comedy presentation and cabaret.

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The International
23 Wicklow Street
Dublin, Ireland
Many events are offered at this site, which combines a wide-range of entertainment selections to check out. Theater, comedy, as well as music is encountered at this site.

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New Theatre
43 East Essex Street
Dublin, Ireland
When you are in the mood for a fringe theatre production, this is a great place to seek out. Head for the Temple Bar area when looking for this Dublin theatre selection.

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Olympia Theatre
72 Dame Street
Dublin, Ireland
If you look really hard, you might be able to catch a glimpse of the former elegance once attached to this location. This particular venue has a history that can be traced back to the 19th century.

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Civic Theatre
The Square
Dublin, Ireland
This is a newer venue in the Dublin area that provides theatre in the suburbs. When looking for this theatre, remember to keep your eyes out for Tallaght. .

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Dublin Interesting Facts

  • Large stone tombs (dolmens) were built in Ireland during 4000-2000 BC as part of an ancient cult practice.
  • Newgrange, the Irish passage tomb, was constructed around 3200BC – making it 500 years older than the Giza Pyramids in Egypt.
  • The Dublin Port Tunnel is the largest ever civil engineering project in Ireland.
  • Ireland has one of the fastest growing populations of any European city.
  • Ireland produced Nobel laureates William Butler Yeats, George Bernard Shaw, and Samuel Beckett.
  • Famous writers and playwrites from Dublin include Oscar Wilde, Jonathan Swift, and Bram Stoker.
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