The Abbey Theatre, Ireland’s national theatre, was founded in Dublin city by W.B. Yeats and Lady Gregory in 1904. These revolutionaries defined the ambition of the Abbey Theatre with their manifesto “to bring upon the stage the deeper emotions of Ireland”. Over the decades it has continued to stage some of the most interesting, innovative and entertaining Irish and international drama from the likes of Brian Friel, Sebastian Barry, Frank McGuinness, Sam Shephard and Mark O’Rowe.
Inspired by the revolutionary ideals of their founders and their rich canon of Irish dramatic writing, the Abbey Theatre’s mission is to imaginatively engage with all of Irish society through the production of ambitious, courageous and new theatre in all its forms. They commit to lead in the telling of the whole Irish story, in English and in Irish.
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