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Music

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

Bernard Shaw Bar

Bars & pubs, Clubs

A proper 113-year-old Irish boozer, the Bernard Shaw was taken over in 2006 by Dublin-based club promoters and label owners Bodytonic. The place has kept...

11-12 South Richmond Street

Fitzsimons

Bars & pubs, Clubs

Since it's in the centre of Temple Bar, Fitzsimons is popular with tourists and plays chart hits. The large basement club gets very crowded at weekends, and...

Fitzsimon's Hotel

Globe

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

Olympia

Comedy, Music, Theatre

This old-style variety theatre - it was Dublin's first music hall - retains its physical characteristics (many of them authentically worn) but has largely...

72 Dame Street

RDS Showgrounds

Music

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...

Ballsbridge

Ri-Ra

Bars & pubs, Clubs

This place is a safe bet all week. Mondays are particularly busy with Strictly Handbag (soul and '80s dancefloor fillers), while man-about-town Ollie Cole...

Dame Court

Tripod

Critics' choice
Bars & pubs, Clubs

Formerly the famed Red Box, Tripod is one of the city's newest kids on the block. The club doubles up as a live venue, but is still renowned for its...

Old Harcourt Street Station

Village

Critics' choice
Music

This shiny venue opened in 2003 on the same site as the underperforming Mean Fiddler. The good people at Whelan's took it on and gave it a thorough...

26 Wexford Street