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26 Lower Abbey Street, Dublin 1, Ireland
For over 90 years, the Abbey has been the national theatre of Ireland and home of the world-famed abbey Players. The original theatre, destroyed in a 1951 fire, was replaced in 1966 by the current modern 600-seat building.
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73 Dame Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
Dating back to the 1800s, this Victorian music hall-style theatre has a capacity of 1,300. It presents an eclectic schedule of variety shows, musicals, operettas, concerts, ballet, comedy, and drama.
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Trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland
This theatre is home to Irelands first ensemble of hearing and deaf actors, the Pan-Pan Players. Lunch-time performances ore often given in summer.
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South King Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
The Dublin Grand Opera Society performs its spring and winter seasons here. During the rest of the year, this very fine 19th-century 1100-seat theatre stages musical comedy, ballet, revue, pantomime, and drama, all with Irish and international talent.
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23 Upper Sherrard Street, Dublin 1, Ireland
The SFX CITY THEATRE is situated in Dublin City Centre, near to Mountjoy Square and Dorset Street. Sean O Casey was born in Dorset Street, and Brendan Behan was born just down the road. There has been a Theatre/Community Centre on the site since the middl
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6 Eustace St, Dublin 2
The Irish Film Institute is Irelands national cultural institution for film. It provides audiences throughout Ireland with access to the finest independent, Irish and international cinema; it preserves and promotes Irelands moving image heritage through
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Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2, Ireland
The National Concert Hall is Irelands most prestigious music venue. Since its opening in 1981, the NCH has established itself as Ireland's premier centre for the performance of live music and the arts and is recognised as an important venue on the inter
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Abbey St, Dublin 1, Ireland
In the same building as the Abbey, this small 150-seat theatre features contemporary plays and experimental works including poetry readings, one-person shows, and plays in the Irish Language.
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12/16 Andrews Lane, Dublin 2, Ireland
Consists of a 220-seat main theatre that presents contemporary work from home and abroad, and a 76-seat studio that is geared for experimental productions.
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1 Cavendish Row, Dublin 1, Ireland
Situated just north of OConnell Street off Parnell Square, this recently restored 370-seat theatre was founded in 1928 by Hilton Edwards and Micheál MacLiommóir to provide a showing for a broad range of plays.
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39 East. Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland
This building, which doubles as a theatre at night, serves as a showcase for avant-garde paintings, free-expression sculpture, and other modern trends in the visual arts.
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