The Last Dance

at

Last night.

D’olier Street, Dublin 2.

Tramline nightclub.

Revellers have fun ahead of restrictions banning nightclubs until January 9.

Meanwhile…

Last night.

Harcourt Street, Dublin 2.

Queues for Krystle nightclub (top) and Copper Face Jack’s.

Sasko Lazarov/RollingNews

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20 thoughts on “The Last Dance

  1. Jerr

    Well they show themselves in the foot
    The government wanted scape goats and they walked into it
    Packed no attempt to social distancing
    When inside all it was short of was an orgy
    If only they did not pack them in like sardines
    If only some sort of marshalling was implemented
    Maybe if that was done they might just be open tonight

  2. GiggidyGoo

    I can’t understand these revellers paying homage to someone playing records. If it was a live band, it’d make sense, but records? Seriously?

      1. GiggidyGoo

        Doesn’t look like dancing – crushed up against a barrier cheering on and waving at someone playing records as if they created the work. Boo.

    1. eamonn

      if it were my venue….i prefer a dj booth to be tucked away in a corner, inobtrusive, not on a plinth or centre stage. Let the speakers do your talking. It is the music, not the “curator” that shakes your bones.
      Each to their own, the centre stage/ plinth option has won that race for now anyhow. They look to be having a whale of a time either way.

  3. Gabby

    The Bourgeois Yoof just wanna have fun. Who cares about the situation in Myanmar, Lesbos or Ballynaggin? Baby let the good times roll…

  4. E'Matty

    Poor feckers are having a pretty crappy early adulthood. Missing out on all of the rites of passage we took for granted.

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