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The Point Theatre, Dublin's largest indoor music venue, closed its doors in the summer of 2007 to undergo a complete overhaul and rebranding as The O2,...

East Link Bridge


Bars & pubs, Music

Owned and run by Eamon Doran's - the same crowd that looks after the Dice Bar - Carnival is the top spot on the Camden Street 'strip' if you like your bar...

11 Wexford Street


Critics' choice

Medium-sized Crawdaddy is an exciting new venue that meets the demand for live music with an impressive roster of contemporary jazz, world music and rock....

Hatch Street Upper


Bars & pubs, Clubs, Music, Theatre

The Gaiety is a spacious, old-time concert hall whose main trade is opera and theatre, but it has given space to rock performers like the Divine Comedy and...

King Street South


Bars & pubs, Clubs

Populated with students taking advantage of the free Wi-Fi, fashion victims in vintage Dior tank tops and the odd celebrity (Robbie Williams comes here,...

11 South Great George's Street

JJ Smyth's

Critics' choice

One of the city's oldest jazz and blues venues, Smyth's does good music every night bar Wednesdays. There's an acoustic open-jam session on the first...

12 Aungier Street

Liberty Hall Theatre


This theatre and music venue sits inside Ireland's main union hall, the famous Connolly Hall. It was very popular in the '70s (Paul Brady has released a...

33 Eden Quay

RDS Showgrounds


One of the city's main sites for festival-size concerts, these sprawling grounds have hosted the Red Hot Chili Peppers and the re-routed Lisdoonvarna...