The Workman’s Club is Dublin’s leading live entertainment venue situated at 10 Wellington Quay beside The Clarence; the world famous Rock and Roll hotel, in the heart of Dublin’s Temple Bar district.
The Workmans Club has a simple mission to provide a space where musicians and independent thinkers can witness their ideas come to life. From down and dirty rock gigs to intimate acoustic performances, comedy nights, book readings, multimedia take overs, themed markets, to diverse indie clubnights, The Workmans Club has become a haven for those who create music and art and those who consume it.
The Workman’s Club Clubnights: Their Dj’s spin til 2.30am 7 nights a week, specialising in everything from rockabilly to hip-hop, 80′s guilty pleasures to disco, house to indie, yes lots and lots of indie. Cool tunes but not too cool for school. Their aim is to entertain not educate, though if you’re expecting to hear Rihanna or One Direction, you’ve definitely come to the wrong place!
From a riotous Cillian Murphy DJ set and Villagers live album recording to a Jimi Hendrix film shoot with Andre 3000 and Royal Blood’s barnstorming first Irish gig, they’ve seen a whole heap of rock ‘n’ roll action since opening their Wellington Quay doors in 2010.
Future Islands, Anna Calvi, Maverick Sabre, Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip, Kodaline, Damien Dempsey, Imelda May, Little Green Cars and Father John Misty have all played in their multi-floor venue, located at the edge of Temple Bar, beside the world famous Clarence Hotel.
Run by people passionate about music, their venue welcomes performers of all flavours. Alongside the headline gigs, The Workman’s Club is home to some of the capital’s finest club, comedy, acoustic and new band showcase nights.
The striking old-school decor makes it a popular choice for parties, launches, screenings, book readings and multimedia takeovers, as well as photo, video and movie shoots.
The proud winner of a Hot Press/IMRO Live Music Venue of the Year Award, The Workman’s Club looks forward to seeing you soon for tunes and pints.
Popular times to visit :
|Days of the week||Quiet||Occupied||Busiest|
|Monday||5pm – 2.30am||NA||NA|
|Tuesday||5pm – 2.30am||NA||NA|
|Wednesday||5pm – 12am|
2am – 2.30am
|Thursday||5pm – 2.30am||NA||NA|
|Friday||5pm – 11pm||12am – 2.30am||NA|
|Saturday||5pm – 10pm||11pm||12am – 2.30am|
|Sunday||5pm – 2.30am||NA||NA|