The Sugar Club calls itself ‘Dublin’s most creative nightspot’ – a bold claim, but one which may well be accurate. This multi-purpose arts centre at the heart of Dublin prides itself on offering its stage to a wide range of artists including comedians, musicians, and theatre companies.
The Sugar Club started out as a cinema called the Irish Film Theatre in 1963 before the venue closed in 1985. It took fourteen years for the venue to be revived when The Sugar Club was founded on the site. The venue is much loved for its wood paneled walls and banquette seating and boasts state-of-the-art AV equipment to showcase groundbreaking music and film.
As a venue that’s open-minded to promoting almost any type of artistic work or performance, The Sugar Club is the place to go in Dublin for anyone looking for a slightly different experience. Recent visitors to the venue include jazz artist Roy Ayers and the Brazilian band Liniker e os Caramelows.