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Those controversial C*NT nightclub stamps are coming back to Dublin for one night only

Ah. Classic times.

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ANYONE WHO WENT to college in Dublin from 2010-2013 will remember the heyday of the club night C U Next Tuesday.

The night was well known in the city for its cheeky stamp, which simply read ‘C*NT’:

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C U Next Tuesday moved venues on several occasions during its lifetime, but its best-known homes were the Andrew’s Lane Theatre and Lost Society on South William Street.

It reached the height of its infamy in 2013, when a tweet by journalist Sinead Ryan prompted outrage at such casual use of the rudest of rude words, and by 2015 it was no more.

cuntstamp Source: TheJournal.ie

Well, until now. If you’re nostalgic for more innocent times when being stamped with a bad word was just about the boldest thing imaginable, you’re in luck.

For one night only on August 30, C U Next Tuesday is taking over the South William venue on South William Street, a few doors down from its best-loved home.

The organisers promise two floors of music and drinks deals “just like the old days”, with all the tunes you remember from the night’s glory days.

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You can find out more about the event here.

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