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Entertainment in Dublin

Dublin offer to visitors a range of places for entertaiment during your trips, to all ages and generes.

Cinema in Dublin

Dublin hosts a number of cinemas modern and traditional for Irish customs and traditions situated not only in the city centre. Some places you can go:
    UGC Cinemas: At Parnell St, Dublin 1
    Savoy Cinema: Dublin O'Connell Street,
    Ormonde Stillorgan: Lower Kilmacud Road, Stillorgan,
    Irish Film Institute: 6 Eustace St, Temple Bar

Nightlife in Dublin

Dublin as the capital of Ireland, is a vibrating city; there's always something new to check out so you'll never get bored, Dublin also has a large population of young people, and they always know how to party as if there is no tomorrow. In fact it was once known as Europe’s top party city.

Some places to experience Dublin Nightlife are:
  • Nightclubs
  • Dakota Bar, 2 South William Street Dublin 2
    Club M, Blooms Hotel, Anglesea Street, Temple Bar Dublin 2
    Break for the Border, Lower Stephens Street Dublin 2
    Alchemy Club & Venue, Fleet Street, Temple Bar Dublin 2
    Church, The, Bar, Cafe & Restaurant & Club, The Former St. Mary's Church, Junction of Mary St& Jervis St Dublin 1
  • Bars and Pubs
  • Slattery, 129 Capel Street
    Fitzsimons Temple bar, Temple Bar Darkey Kelly's Bar, At the Harding Hotel, Copper Alley, Fishamble St
    Conway's pub, Parnell Street
    The Old Punch Bowl, 116 Rock Rd., Booterstown, Co. Dublin.
You should remember that the legal drinking age in Ireland is 18 and you must be able to prove this with official identification such as a national identity card, Garda Síochána identity card, driver’s license, or passport.
Nightlife tour: Since 2002, The Backpacker Pubcrawl is a recreational tour run by young people for young people (and all those young at heart!), best tour worldwide in 2008, and always try to make this night out in Dublin unforgettable!

Teathre in Dublin

Dublin is the core of theatre in Ireland, and the city is a host to major theatres. Theatre in Dublin has always been a source of entertainment and remains vibrant and active throughout the year.
The Gate Theatre at 1 Cavendish Row,
The Lambert Puppet Theatre, The Lambert Puppet Theatre is the only purpose built Puppet Theatre in Ireland. A unique theatre of its own kind
The Abbey theatre also known as the National Theatre of Ireland
The Liberty Hall Centre is designed to cater for the widest possible range of social and cultural events.
Bewley's Cafe Theatre at 78/79 Grafton Street

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