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The Gregory Project

The Abbey Theatre Co-Directors,  Artistic Director Caitríona  McLaughlin, and Executive Director Mark O’Brien are proud to launch The Gregory Project, a body of work to mark 120 years of the National Theatre of Ireland and to honour the legacy of co-founder Lady Gregory.

Cradle of Genius

Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short in 1962, Cradle of Genius is available to view free through the IFI Archive.

Introducing earlier performance times

You asked – we listened. 

Abbey Theatre celebrates World Theatre Day with new details of ambitious, award-winning productions coming to the Abbey and Peacock stages

The Abbey Theatre marks World Theatre Day with fresh details of two upcoming works coming soon to its stages.

Dance Out Loud at the Abbey Theatre: Dublin Dance Festival 2024

Dublin Dance Festival returns to the Abbey Theatre with three shows for May 2024

Scéalta? Smaointe? Gleo? Bíonn an comhrá ag athrú i gcónaí ag Amharclann Náisiúnta na hÉireann

Bhunaigh Lady Gregory agus WB Yeats amharclann náisiúnta na hÉireann 120 bliain ó shin i mbliana. Thug an comóradh tábhachtach seo a bheidh ag teacht aníos spreagadh dúinn chun súil a chaitheamh chun cinn ar...

Stories? Ideas? Uproar? The conversation is always changing at the National Theatre of Ireland

This year marks 120 years since the co-founding of Ireland’s National Theatre by Lady Gregory and WB Yeats. With this significant anniversary at hand, we were inspired to consider how things are revitalised rather than...

‘Abbey Theatre Stones’ taken into care by OPW as progress toward redevelopment of National Theatre continues

The stones from the façade of the original Abbey Theatre, which were salvaged following a fire that devastated the original theatre building in 1951, have been taken into care by the Office of Public Works...

Revisiting Translations / Переклади six months later

See behind the scenes of one of our 2023 productions

The Story of The Old Triangle

Listen to Radie Peat's recording of The Old Triangle, plus learn more about the history of the iconic Irish song