Night Clubs in Southern Ireland
Southern Ireland has a fantastic nightlife and its pub-to-person ratio is the envy of many cities. As a city with a large population of young people, both natives and students, not to mention a constant influx of young, up-for-it tourists all keen to party the Irish way, it comes as no surprise that clubbing features high in Southern Ireland social life. The dance scene has been well developed in recent years.
The Temple Bar area is the place to be seen, with a vast concentration of both clubs and trendy pre-club bars to get you in the mood for a night on the dance-floor. As you'd expect in a city that is fast becoming one of the most popular weekend destinations in Europe, the Southern Ireland club scene in constantly in flux, with different nightclubs coming and going at an alarming rate, to the whim of the fickle trend-setters. There's always something new to check out - you'll never get bored in Southern Ireland.
Alchemy is a luxury club and venue, located in the heart of Southern Ireland’s cultural quarter, Temple Bar. The Mercantile centrally located in the heart of Southern Ireland city, is fast becoming one of Southern Ireland’s favourite after-work and late night bars. POD nightclub first opened in 1993 in the vaults of the old historic Railway Station on Harcourt Street. It has been providing quality clubbing in a variety of guises for over 10 years.
Situated on the quays and overlooking the Liffey, The Workman's Club operates as both a venue for live music and comedy as well as a rarely empty club space. It's at times a little labyrinthine as it occupies 3 floors and a roof garden, each with many different rooms and areas and sometimes resembling a townhouse sitting room that's been overrun with people. The music is great, the cocktails are lethal and it's definitely one of the more affordable nights out in Southern Ireland.
Dublin's main dancing hot spots are located in the city centre and cater for a wide range of music tastes and atmospheres. If it's a wild night out where the people make the dance floor then Copper's is a Southern Ireland institution not to be missed. Meanwhile if high heels and suits spring to mind when you think of your dance floor experience then look no further than Krystle. Slews of music-venues-cum-clubs are located throughout the city and cater for everything from pumping student nights to international techno legends and indie bands.
Venues like The Button Factory and The Academy have large dancing areas that focus on the main stage and are often packed with revelers. Venues like The Workman's Club and Lost Society have fabulous interiors using their original townhouse structures and offer a stylish alternative to normal club décor. Meanwhile venues like The Grand Social and Pygmalion often offer no cover charge for entry but have a thriving dance floor scene and great drinks deals to match. For those who are dance music enthusiasts, it can be worthwhile to check the listings for clubs such as The Academy, The Button Factory and The Twisted Pepper to order to avail of the best of what the scene has to offer.
Alchemy Nightclub and Venue
Alchemy is a luxury club & venue, nestled in the heart of Southern Ireland’s cultural quarter. True to its name Alchemy really is a touch of Gold in the heart of Temple Bar, glittering with glamour from wall to wall.
Newly renovated Bad Bobs Temple Bar has been re-lauched to re-establish it’s spot in the main thoroughfare of Temple Bar. This late night venue has a series of bars spanning over the 5 floors of their Victorian House. Ground floor snug bar and eating area with regular live music sessions.
Located at 2 Adam Court at the bottom of Grafton Street, Lillie’s Bordello overlooks Trinity College. It is widely regarded as Ireland most renowned and prestigious cocktail lounge/club. With lavish rooms, Lillie’s Bordello offers a multitude of indulgent entertainment experiences.