The Workmans Club is Dublins leading live entertainment venue, situated at 10 Wellington Quay, beside the world famous Rock n’roll hotel, The Clarence, in the heart of Dublin’s Temple Bar district.
The Workmans Club has a simple mission- to privde a space where bands, musicians, artists, and independent thinkers can witness their ideas come to life. From down and dirty rock gigs. to intimate acoustic performances, multimedia takeovers to diverse indie club nights, The Workmans Club will be a haven for those who create music and those who consume it.
The building has existed on this site for over 160 years and from 1888 to 2003 was the home of the original Dublin workingmans club. Its personality has been lovingly preserved and complimented and its original features are the focal point of each floor.
The Workmans Club features six rooms of fun
-The Venue. A 300 capacity belter of a venue room that hosts an eclectic menu of live shows.
-The Venue Bar. exclusively for gig goers when there is a show on and a great place to have a pint when there isn’t.
-The First Floor bar. our gorgeous purple bar, perfect for early cocktails and chats followed by dancing and shots.
-The Rooftop bar. an inncer city oasis for all seasons and a refuge for smokers.
-The no.9 bar. a sleek little number available for hire for anyting your heart desires.
-The Vintage Room. all the great stuff you lvoed about your nana’s living room minus the cabbage smell..
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