Performing arts have always taken an edge in all times either in form of folklores, theatre festivals, dance performances or puppet shows to present the harmonized soft image of the particular respective society. In this race, Dublin also encourages performing arts at its max. The Abbey theatre also known as the National Theatre of Ireland opened a new epic in the Theatre when it opened its doors to public in July 1966. Like other theatre houses it too caters to the need of disabled audiences and has wheelchair and lift facilities. To learn more about “The Abbey theatre” browse our Dublin theatre section.