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Take in a show while touring Dublin, Ireland

June 20, 2011 - 2:26am
Take in a show while touring Dublin, Ireland
Whether an individual goes to see a production with a large budget or a one-act play, going to the theater can be a rewarding cultural experience. That is why travelers who plan to make Europe their vacation destination this summer will want to take in a show in a foreign setting.

For instance, those who plan to tour Ireland may want to see a show in the country's city of Dublin. According to the website DublinEvents.com, Ireland's high quality theatrical productions have helped cement its status as a cultural destination.

Visitors to Ireland who wish to take in a show and learn a little about European history will want to visit the Abbey Theatre. Established in 1903, this venue in the heart of Dublin is home to the Abbey Theatre Amharclann Na Mainistreach company, according to the attraction's website.

Tourists who purchase tickets to an Abbey Theatre production will get to see the works of tomorrow's brightest talent, as the venue's policy is to invest in and promote new Irish writers and artists.

Upcoming shows include Curse of the Starving Class, which will run from August through September and Juno and the Paycock, which will open in September and close in November.