Abbey Theatre


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Abbey Theatre

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(Theatre) an influential theatre in Dublin (opened 1904): associated with it were Synge, Yeats, Lady Gregory, and O'Casey. It was destroyed by fire in 1951 but was rebuilt; it reopened in 1966
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Iain Cunnigham will screen 'Irene's Ghost' at the Abbey Theatre and Arts Centre next week.
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DUBLIN'S Abbey Theatre is to stage a play that was ruled as "indecent and obscene" during the 1960s.
Fathers and Sons at the Abbey Theatre (1904-1938): A New Perspective on the Study of Irish Drama
On Monday the Abbey Theatre will open its doors for a special meeting where residents are being invited to share their views on the Nuneaton Arts Council (NAC) plans.
James's Gate Brewery, Kilmainham Gaol, The General Post Office, The Abbey Theatre, and Croke Park.
1907: ''Foul language'' caused a riot in the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, on the first night of JM Synge's The Playboy Of The Western World.
The former artistic director of the the Abbey Theatre has passed away, aged 83.
An early, and important, case study of the relationship between film and theater producers can be found in the National Theatre of Ireland, usually referred to as The Abbey Theatre for its street address in central in Dublin.
Commissioned by Ireland's renowned Abbey Theatre (which is co-producing the play stateside with original director Jimmy Fay at the helm), Ages of the Moon focuses on two old friends, Byron and Ames, who reminisce and bicker during an all-night drink-fest.
ANSWERS: 1 Paraguay; 2 5,000; 3 A goat; 4 She was his sister-in-law; 5 Finland; 6 Aerosmith; 7 St Augustine of Canterbury; 8 River Phoenix; 9 Dublin's Abbey Theatre; 10 Four.
Struggling to get bums on seats the Abbey Theatre in Dublin now plans to start shows earlier in a bid to catch more people leaving work.