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6 of the best places to sing karaoke in Dublin

Don’t STOP, beeeelievin’.

IF YOU EVER find yourself losing the run of yourself and egging the gang on to go to karaoke after work, look no further than these spots.

1. The Workmans, Wellington Quay

Every Sunday night The Workman’s holds one of the best karaoke nights in Dublin. They serve up Gail Platt cocktails and encourage the cheesiest tunes you can possibly select.

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2. Ukiyo Bar, Exchequer Street

Once you sample their cocktails and excellent sushi, head downstairs so sample karaoke in a small room, with tracks like Britney Spears and Avril Lavigne available to ramp up the cheese.

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3. The Woolshed, Parnell Street

Head down to the Woolshed on Thursday evenings when they kick off karaoke at 9.30pm, with cheap jugs of cocktails and beer to give you the proper dutch courage you need.

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4. King 7, Capel Street

This buffet spot on Capel street is perfect for a cheap meal and a bit of a sing song. Their rooms are spacious and perfect for a sizeable group.

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5. Club Nassau, Nassau Street

This club holds a karaoke night every Friday from 9pm. You can book in for a platter and free shots or you can simply show up and put everyone in their place with your duclet tones.

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6. Morton’s Pub, Firhouse

These are the kings of karaoke outside the city center. Get a pint and a mic every Saturday and sing your little heart out. The craic is always MIGHTY.

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