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Spotlight On…Sugar Club, Dublin


Originally built as The Irish Film Theatre in 1963, The Sugar Club reopened the defunct theatre in 1999 after it lay unoccupied for 14 years following the theatre’s closure in 1985. Now, The Sugar Club plays host to a variety of nights including swing dancing, comedy and film.
One of the most talked about features of the club is the fine wood panelled walls which add to the theatre’s sumptuous feel along with the plush, velvet chairs. Live music can be seen most any night of the week and ranges from indie rock to Latin. Their renowned cocktail menu shouldn’t be over looked in this venue’s popularity.
The Sugar Club
8 Lower Leeson St, Dublin, Republic of Ireland

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