Heres a list of great places to experience the Dublin night scene. Don’t forget the clubs involved with the RCSI ents card, get in free or at a huge discount. Keep an eye on the website for details!
The infamous Coppers isn’t far from Diceys- it’s infamous for many reasons of which I’m sure you will find out when you visit. Plays chart music (and the macarena!) and opens till around half 3, latest opening club in Dublin.
Also on Harcourt street is the D2 nightclub- be sure to get concession cards from the SU office. D2 has kindly agreed to be on the RCSI SED card.
Close to college for the techno/indie junkies is WAX located on George’s Street, usually €10 but only €5 on Wednesday.
If you’re looking for a quieter night out for drinks then Café en Seine is a great place to go, drinks a a bit more expensive but the décor and building itself is amazing. Located on Dawson Street.
Located on D’Olier Street (also a mention to the blood donation centre on D’Olier Street! Donate blood! Preferably not after your night out though!)
Tripod- also on Harcourt street this club doubles up as a live venue, but is still renowned for its explosive club nights. Each Friday, 515 DJs rustle up a techno/house/dance set; on Saturdays, expect more commercial/chart-based fare. Situated within the Pod complex, which also houses Crawdaddy, the labyrinthine Tripod is designed to create an explosive atmosphere, especially on nights when big-name guest DJs like Carl Cox, Erick Morillo and James Lavelle visit.
Some clubs to note also are in Temple Bar are SIN,Purty Kitchen (host to Mr. RCSI) and Turks Head