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  • National Concert Hall
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  • Abbey Theatre
  • Abbey Theatre performers
Visit one of Ireland's cultural institutions As an icon of world theatre, the Abbey Theatre welcomes many overseas visitors every year.

Founded by William Butler Yeats and Lady Augusta Gregory in 1904, it has played a vital role in the literary, social and cultural life of Ireland and is simply unmissable.

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  • Exterior of the National Concert Hall
  • Interior of the National Concert Hall
Experience some old-school glamour Based in Dublin’s city centre, the National Concert Hall is rated as one of the finest venues in Europe.

Since its opening in 1981, the hall has established itself as Ireland’s centre for the performance of live music.

A trip to the National Concert Hall will be one you won't forget.

National Concert Hall

Tune into music and experience the theatre

The heart of Ireland has pulsed with the rythym of music and the magic of theatre since times gone by.

Nothing has changed in modern times and the country is still world famous for its vibrant music and constantly evolving theatre scene.

Whether it's a session in a cosy pub, a street dance festival, a ballet in one of the nation's top class venues or a play in a hotel lobby, there's a packed events calendar to choose from this spring.

So don't hibernate on the sofa - get out and about and sample the feast with a flavour to suit everyone's palate.

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