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Abbey Theatre

26 Abbey Street Lower, Dublin D01 K0F1, Ireland
+353 1 878 7222
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Abbey Theatre "Ulysses"

This is for those who tried to read the book and failed. Fantastic production and outstanding... read more

Reviewed yesterday
BettyH01
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Ireland
Ulysses

Cleverly written and performances outstanding. The set design was amazing...the checkered floor... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
pdonegan06
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Dublin, Ireland
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The Abbey Theatre's founders W.B. Yeats and Lady Gregory had the vision to 'bring upon the stage the deeper thoughts and emotions of Ireland'. Our ambitious artistic programme of classic Irish drama and new Irish writing holds a mirror up to Irish society. Over the years, the Abbey has nurtured and premiered the work of major Irish playwrights such as Marina Carr, Frank McGuinness, Tom Murphy and a new generation of writers such as Richard Dormer, Stacey Gregg, Nancy Harris and Elaine Murphy. We also nurture a new generation of Irish artists through our artistic development programmes and commitment to discovering new acting, writing and directing talent.
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  • Very good25%
  • Average2%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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26 Abbey Street Lower, Dublin D01 K0F1, Ireland
North City Centre
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+353 1 878 7222
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Reviewed yesterday

This is for those who tried to read the book and failed. Fantastic production and outstanding performances. Funny, thought provoking, tragic, and explicit. I'd recommend the cabaret seating onstage. A real insight into Joyce's Dublin.

Thank BettyH01
Reviewed 2 days ago

Cleverly written and performances outstanding. The set design was amazing...the checkered floor enhanced the stage. The puppetry were such fun and again so well thought out....overall a very funny and must see play....hope it will revisit. Pacelli and Dympna Donegan

Thank pdonegan06
Reviewed 4 days ago

I've started to read Ulysses few times, but each time I failed. I decided give chance to it by going to perfomance while I'm in Dublin and I really enjoyed it. That was gripping and quite fast-moving play which jumps from one scene to other....More

Thank Kseniia A
Reviewed 4 days ago

Saw Dermot Bolger's dramatization of Ulysses at the Abbey Theatre. Without this I would never have managed to pick up this book and work at reading James Joyce. He has picked through this work to bring out the wit and wisdom and give everyone an...More

Thank CanAussie416
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I have just been to see Dermot Bolger's dramatization of Ulysses at the Abbey Theatre. He has managed to conjure up a sparkling, witty, dynamic production from what is in my opinion, a turgid and uninspiring work. The original has neither story, plot nor character...More

Thank Stella S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I can't believe I nearly missed seeing this play! It is amazing - such a powerful drama, wonderfully constructed and a tale beautifully and imaginatively told. I regularly go to theatre and can honestly say that this play stands out for me as one that...More

Thank jennifer472
Reviewed 8 September 2017

If you are lucky enough to be in Dublin then you should make a point of attending a production (any production) at the history work Abbey Theatre. The auditorium is spacious and comfortable and all seats in the theater allow you to still feel the...More

Thank JanetJulia
Reviewed 3 September 2017 via mobile

I've been lucky to see many a wonderful.play in the historic Abbey Theatre over the years, including one very recent visit which has finally prompted me to kffer a feview. It's a wonderful theatre with superb acoustics, comfortable seating and an excellent view of the...More

Thank Bozeman-Dublin
Reviewed 28 August 2017

Jimmys Hall was brilliant, so good that I would have went again only for it was finished!! Have to say well worth the money, actors were brilliant, music was brilliant, great athmosphere - go early for the pre-music. Cannot wait for this to come bk!...More

Thank Behhy
Reviewed 26 August 2017

We loved this production - the cast showed such energy and I was educated by the historical true story.

Thank StellaCaroline
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freedmanassoc
11 October 2017|
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Response from Julian E | Reviewed this property |
Not sure, but the Abbey has a great website that is worth a visit anyway.
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judie53402
13 March 2017|
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Response from Elaine M | Property representative |
Hi, There's no formal dress code at the Abbey Theatre. Generally speaking, there's a great view from all seats as there's no pillars or obstructions. We'd recommend 8-10 rows back from the stage. Feel free to get in... More
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siobhanmonaghan
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Response from Paul T | Reviewed this property |
Sorry but I didn't hire glasses either but I would agree that the view is generally very good.
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