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From TheJournal.ie 'For the quiet gigs you can hear a pin drop': How The Roundy in Cork makes magic with music Story Of My Bar

'For the quiet gigs you can hear a pin drop': How The Roundy in Cork makes magic with music

The iconic Cork space has changed a lot in the last decade.

From TheJournal.ie 16 photos that sum up Irish nightlife before Christmas... as captured by Instagram users Just The One
From TheJournal.ie Rio nightlife is suffering due to surge in robberies Brazil

Rio nightlife is suffering due to surge in robberies

The Brazilian government has sent almost 10,000 troops to help the police in Rio de Janeiro state.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Should some venues get 24-hour licences? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should some venues get 24-hour licences?

Amsterdam has granted them to a number of venues.

From TheJournal.ie 1 dead and dozens injured as car bomb explodes in Thai nightlife district Pattani

1 dead and dozens injured as car bomb explodes in Thai nightlife district

The latest blast struck late last night outside a hotel in Pattani, a southern province battered by a long-running rebellion.

13 things anyone who has been out in Killarney will understand

It’s a fine old place.

From TheJournal.ie 'If a regular suddenly stops coming, it usually means he or she has died' Old-age Discos

'If a regular suddenly stops coming, it usually means he or she has died'

Thousands of retired South Koreans are hitting the dance floors at special discos for the elderly.

7 reasons you're an absolute boss for staying in this Friday night

Keep on keepin’ on that sofa.

Cork publican builds 35-seater cinema upstairs in his pub

Pint and a film? Count us in.

9 people you'll definitely run into in the nightclub toilets

Em, your new best friend, for one thing.

7 distinctive smells of the Irish night out

Don’t turn your nose up, pal. You’ve almost certainly smelled – and created – every SINGLE one.

Coppers is launching a special "Nurses' Card"

Let’s hear it for the nurses!

Here are the reasons why Dry January is the smart choice

Having trouble convincing everyone? Haters to the left.

9 dear friends you DON’T want to go on a night out with

We love you, but please stay at home.

The Blagger’s Guide to a Night Out

Want to fluke yourself into an access all areas night out? Read this first.

The 8 stages of procrastination

If you’re procrastinating by reading this article, stop it right now. Wait, actually, don’t.

6 little things you’ll never regret doing

YOLO and all that. Trust us.

7 people whose plans didn’t exactly work out

They tried, God love them. They tried.

The 7 best friends to go on a night out with

Like the Seven Dwarves, except with more getting the rounds in.

From TheJournal.ie Column: The ‘night economy’ is crucial to the survival of Irish towns Opinion

Column: The ‘night economy’ is crucial to the survival of Irish towns

Pubs and restaurants need proper support – and safe streets – if town centres are to thrive, writes Richard Guiney.

From TheJournal.ie Monaghan nightclub refuses tap water to patrons to discourage 'drug use' Tap Water

Monaghan nightclub refuses tap water to patrons to discourage 'drug use'

Vanity Nightclub says it won’t give out free water to customers as it prides itself on being a “drug free zone”.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Why do people try so hard with someone who's not interested? Opinion

Column: Why do people try so hard with someone who's not interested?

There’s no law against going on the pull, but drunken suitors who can’t take a hint can spoil a good night out, writes Lisa McInerney.

From TheJournal.ie Sharp fall in nightclubs seeking late licences Nightlife

Sharp fall in nightclubs seeking late licences

The number of clubs and bars applying for opening-hours exemptions has dropped significantly since 2008.

US blogger is told: 'The only women Irish men buy drinks for are prostitutes' Slainte This post contains a poll

US blogger is told: 'The only women Irish men buy drinks for are prostitutes'

American blogger Mollie reckons the Irish fellas are not all that when it comes to getting them in, she was even told the reason why. But is she right?

From TheJournal.ie Teenager arrested over Temple Bar assaults Assault

Teenager arrested over Temple Bar assaults

Four people were injured, two seriously, in the attacks by a gang of men late at night.