10% Discount on tickets (Monday - Friday subject to availability)
The Abbey Theatre is Ireland's national theatre. It was founded by Nobel Laureate William Butler Yeats and Lady Augusta Gregory in 1904 and has played a vital and often controversial role in literary, social and cultural life of Ireland.
Renowned as a writer's theatre it has contributed to some of the world's greatest theatrical works from writers such as JM Synge and Sean O'Casey through to modern day classics from Brian Friel, Tom Murphy, Frank McGuinness, Hugh Leonard, Tom Mac Intyre, Marina Carr and Sebastian Barry.
Abbey stage tickets: €13-€40
Peacock stage tickets: €13-€25
Concession rates available Mon-Fri and Sat Matinee to students, equity members, the unemployed and senior citizens.
Concession tickets may be booked by phone but must be paid for and collected in advance with appropriate ID. Discounts are available to groups of 10 or more.
Show start times:
Abbey: Mon - Sat 7.30pm,
Sat Matinee 2pm
Peacock: Mon - Sat 8pm,
Sat Matinee 2.30pm
Abbey Theatre Box Office open from 10.30 am Mon - Sat,
Closed Bank Holidays, Christmas Day and Easter
Guided tours, lift, disabled access, bar, gift shop, toilets
How to get there:
All main bus routes to the city centre, by DART to Tara Street or Connolly Stations, Luas red line to Abbey Street.