COME AND VISIT THE CITY OF DUBLIN WORKING MENS CLUB

The City of Dublin Working Men's Club.

Many Dubliner's have fond memories of "The City of Dublin Working Men's Club". Maybe as members or attending social events with their parents or even their grandparents. For a well earned night of social entertainment. 

The Club opened it's doors almost 140 years ago, and  became the most important venue in the City of Dublin for the workers of Dublin. The men from the Docks, Brewery, Drovers and many from other trades and Industries. We all have some idea of the hardships of every day life in Dublin over a 100 years ago. The Club was also a meeting place, a focal point, gathering of people to share their worries and their woes and to support each other  Since then generations of their families carried on that same tradition. That was Dublin in the rare old hard times. Times have now changed with the exception of the Dub, the character of the Dub remainds the same.

Due to the hard work and commitment of the present day committee and members who have taken the Club into modern day Dublin. The location and the premises. We now have a far modern premises, purpose built, high spec to health and safety standards to meet the needs of the membership. Ideally located in Little Strand St, off Capel St. Public transport on the door step. With the fine amenity we have, we need much more support to keep, and to pass on this fine tradition to the next generation. The club is available ( no hire charge) for functions, meetings or social gatherings. Do pay us a visit and see what we have to offer. Social clubs or Associations are welcome. Sunday night always good entertainment and craic.
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THE OLD CLUB PREMISES ON WELLINGTON QUAY. MANY DUBLINER'S HAVE FOND MEMORIES OF THE ENJOYABLE EVENING'S OF ENTERTAINMENT.
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Bob | Reply 25.09.2018 19.14

Hi John we are a branch of the Royal British Legion who meet in the workings mans club so would not know.But I will ask in the club if they know any thing

John Hewitt | Reply 25.09.2018 05.19

I am interested to know was there a branch of the Working mans club in Cuttack India in the 1930s ? I have seen a photo of a foundation stone being layed .

Azzy | Reply 13.04.2018 12.49

What's your best point of contact? Email? Can't get through to your number? Re venue usage

Bob 27.04.2018 21.53

Hi sorry for the delay in replaying if you mean use of the club contact the Sec of the Workingmens Club Jim on 0872209081.

Valerie | Reply 03.01.2018 15.03

When you moved from City Quay did you bring all the memoriabelia that was hanging on the walls to The Workingmans Club or can that be found elsewhere?

Bob 03.01.2018 16.40

Hi Valerie yes we brought every thing with us

Fred Grist | Reply 12.11.2017 15.44

I am intrigued by the history. Would live more information on its origins

Bob 13.11.2017 01.50

Hi Fred is it the history of the Legion or the poppy pin ?

Neil currie | Reply 30.12.2016 20.16

Coming over to Dublin 2nd weekend march staying Friday to Monday staying upper quay are non members aloud in Myself and wife and location from there to club

Earl Hurley | Reply 28.12.2016 21.05

Hi we're looking for a venue to host a function can you help me to get in touch for a chat? Thanks

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