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The SugarClub is a multi functional venue, cinema, auditorium and bar.
Celebrated for it's beautiful interior, cinema style setting and Georgian quarter location in the heart of Dublins city centre. Dedicated to the fusion of popular art & culture in music, film, theatre and dance; the venue's mission is to revive the relationship between art and revelry; to establish a creative space for both artists and audiences
The Sugar Club prides itself in offering the highest quality eclectic programming, impeccable acoustics, and bold design. The unique performance space offers full flexibility in multiple configurations: seated, standing and numerous alternative arrangements.
The unique facilities and location of the venue to all bus routes, luas & taxis and situated close restaurants bars in the greater Dublin area attract a wide mix of clientele (Grafton, Camden & South William St are are all less than 5 minutes walk)
The Sugar Club is a place you can trust for exposure to visionary work, people of character, and a consistently dynamic environment. We invite you to a place of true substance and vitality.
Bring open minds and dancing shoes
Group Bookings - [email protected]
( tables, food, table service )is available on request depending on size of party booking
Slattery's D4 on Grand Canal Street. A traditional Irish pub and The World's Greatest Rugby Bar.
Now with 5 Distinct Bars, 14 separate areas, 3 smoking zones, a stage, 5 HD Projectors, 22 HD Screens, Fast Food and Faster Drinks!
Dublin’s best kept secret…. a venue packed full of surprises, tucked away in the historic cobbled streets of Temple Bar.
Choose from theatre, music, dance, visual arts and everything in between. Visit the place that helped to shape and to launch the careers of many Irish artists including: Gabriel Byrne, Jean Butler, Neil Jordan, Liam Neeson, Jim & Peter Sheridan, Alan Stanford and U2 - and with a packed year round programme there is plenty to fuel your imagination.
With two theatres and a gallery Project Arts Centre offers a huge variety of events at great value and is located close to a host of great restaurants and bars. The gallery presents a series of free exhibitions throughout the year and tickets to performance range from €0-€25.
The New Theatre is a 66 seat theatre housed in Dublin’s old Temple bar area. Productions have been met with critical acclaim both regionally and nationally. The New Theatre supports new writing and endeavours to provide a theatre experience to those who wish to develop their artistic ability by giving them a space to create and produce in a professional setting.
We aim to work as Ireland's only new writing theatre and to support the development of new and emerging writers.
Over the last 18 years The New Theatre has grown in reputation. It is associated with artistic support and creativity, and has built an impressive catalogue of work.
The state-of-the-art theatre is part funded by the Dublin City Council, The Arts Council, UNESCO - Dublin City of Literature and by private funding.
As well as professional theatre companies, we host the Gay Film Qlub and Progressive Film Club in the theatre on one Saturday of each month. We also stage rehearsed readings of new plays on the first Saturday of each month providing new writers with the opportunity to showcase their work in development.
Our involvement with the Youthreach initiative continues to work extremely well. The outcome is that all of the CDETB Youth Reach centres are now seriously considering changing direction: that is, greater emphasis on a theatre-based programme, as this is of greater benefit to the young participants than some of their current programmes. Clearly, this more-inspired direction has a positive impact on our TNT audiences and on other venues.
The New Theatre is committed to providing young artists, performers, writers, directors and technicians with a first-rate venue and with the professional and technical expertise that will enable them to develop artistically and achieve their potential. We seek to do this in a collegiate, respectful and cooperative environment that supports innovation, imagination and shared learning.
Across the range of our endeavours and through a varied programme of contemporary and classical theatre, we seek to provoke debate and to stimulate engagement and interest among our audiences. We strive to question, to entertain, to enliven and to enlighten our audiences; and in doing this, we seek to give both our artists and our audiences access to Irish theatre – particularly young people who might not otherwise have access to this rich heritage.
The Lir AcademyDistance: 1.1 miTourist Information National Academy of Dramatic Art, Trinity Technology and Enterprise Campus, Pearse Street (at Grand Canal Quay), Dublin 2 Dublin, Ireland 00353 1 896 2559
The Samuel Beckett Theatre is a large well-equipped black box performance space with retractable raked seating and loose seating to allow for flexible staging. It has a maximum audience capacity of 208. It has a total floor area of 24 metres x 13 metres, including a stage area of 13 metres x 13 metres when used in an end-on configuration. It has excellent state-of-the art lighting and sound facilities and professional technical and administrative support. There is a foyer with a staffed box office and facilities to serve refreshments and wine. The theatre is disabled-accessible for audience members. Outside term time, the theatre is hired out on a fixed fee basis to touring theatre and dance companies. Hires are inclusive of front-of-house and box office staffing, the use of changing rooms with showers and toilets and the support of technical staff to assist with get-in.
In addition to the theatre, the Department of Drama has a bright, attractive Dance Studio rehearsal space on the top floor of the Samuel Beckett Centre. It measures 11 metres x 11 metres and has a maple floor and mirror wall. This and two smaller rehearsal spaces can also be hired by outside theatre and dance companies during University vacation time.
"A space that is as much an actor's theatre as a site of new creative opportunities..." - The Irish Times
Theatre Upstairs is an independent theatre in the heart of Dublin City and a nationally renowned company dedicated to housing and producing new writing. Theatre Upstairs is the only theatre in Ireland committed to solely staging the world premieres and Irish premieres of new plays, purpose built for the creation of contemporary work and devoted to pushing the boundaries of design within an intimate space.
"Theatre Upstairs is acquiring a reputation as one of Dublin’s best independent venues for bold new writing…" - Exeunt Magazine
Since its inception, Theatre Upstairs has housed and produced several groundbreaking premieres, which have gone on to both tour nationally and transfer to other theatres, earning its reputation as Dublin’s theatrical seedbed. Theatre Upstairs is a multi-award winning company, having received such accolades in recent years as the Judge’s Special Award at The Irish Times Theatre Awards 2013, for the development and promotion of new Irish talent and two nominations for Best New Play at The Irish Times Theatre Awards (WHAT’S LEFT OF THE FLAG by Jimmy Murphy 2011, PETALS by Gillian Greer 2015).
"You can expect to be hearing about Theatre Upstairs for a long time to come…" - Irish Independent
Theatre Upstairs is located above Lanigan's Bar, well known as Dublin's theatrical watering hole and serving up delicious pub grub, creating a welcoming environment where you can transform a theatre visit into an entire night out - drinks, dinner and a show - all under one roof! Theatre Upstairs stages both lunchtime (@ 1pm) and evening (@ 7pm) performances with light lunch included in the ticket price at matinees, consisting of homemade vegetable soup and fresh brown bread and offering dinner and a show deals in the evening.
Arts and entertainment Near Once the Musical, Dublin
Alcohol and drug free nightclub for body, heart and soul
Over 6 years 36,500 funky people have attended our events.
Monthly nightclub in Filmbase, Templebar with 2 dancefloors, 3 DJ's, Chill out space with Massage and Shiatsu, Organic cafe with juices, smoothies, speciality teas, organic coffee, delicious desserts, Live drummers with DJ.
Times: 8pm – 2am
Special Guest DJ’s, surprises, Live Music and additional magic
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We Tattoo, we pierce, we Barber and we make damn fine Coffee to boot! We're open from 11-8 every day of the week and we'd like everyone to come and hang out with us. Everyone's welcome to come in and just chill out with us.
Occupying three floors above the Odessa Restaurant, the Odessa Club is a unique destination in the heart of Dublin city’s shopping and nightlife area.
Home from home for a loyal clientèle who appreciate its discrete and intimate ambiance, fine food and excellent service, the club is a haven of tranquility punctuated with great nights of partying at the weekends and live events throughout the week.
ALT* is your Club! We have chopped and changed some things in our renovations but all of which have massively improved your clubbing experience and crazy night out.
We've installed the most advanced sound & lighting system in Ireland and gone and got ourselves a massive big Air-Con system!! Although "hot & sweaty" can be good in some circumstances its not that appealing to the general public!!
We've fixed the Bar!! No more long Q's at the bar as efficient bar operations have been put in place!! We'll also have some great promo's without the false promises!!
For those really adventurous folk we've also added another club to the venue upstairs with a separate DJ & bar. Whole different vibe upstairs. We'll let you make up your own name for upstairs!!
"You don't remember your nights in"
ALT* is not VIP! ALT* is EVERYBODY!
Small Talk is a Dublin Based collective, specialising in the electronic music Genre. Small Talk Strive to Showcase the best in Irish Talent.
Throwing Parties is the name of the game and we do it all over our beautiful city.
Small Talk also specialises in throwing Record Label Parties with International acts, we are also known for bringing over some of the best international house and techno dj's from across the Globe.
Our local team of in house residents are always around to lend Dublin a helping hand in finding its way again.
Small Talk Dublin (STD) is based out of Hangar Dublin, come on down and check us or the Hangar out anytime.
You will not be disappointed.
Tengu has evolved in both appearance and purpose, becoming an epicenter for sounds and a home for master mischief makers. Shape-shifting grooves, super natural reverb,mindful melodies and variety of sorcery to appear uninvited in the dreams of those who choose to dance.
We currently have 10 tables, 6 British pool and 4 American. Our prices are €12 per hour, with a cover charge of €5 for anyone who is bringing in booze. We look forward to seeing you down at The Hideout!.