People pay homage to Irish theatre as part of World Theatre Day

People pay homage to Irish theatre as part of World Theatre Day

There’s no doubt that the world of Irish theatre has a strong tradition that’s celebrated and studied globally.

Our playwrights, our stages and our ability to tell a story runs rich in our veins.

And as today marks World Theatre Day, why not shout our history from the rooftops.

Members of the Irish theatre world have been taking to Twitter to spark conversations, celebrate and pay homage to the green, white and gold footlights.

How to get invloved

1. Support your local theatre by fundraising or attending performances.

2.Today use #WorldTheatreDay on social media with your homage to Irish theatre.

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