If you’re a local in Dublin, you’re bound to have heard of the ‘Dolan’s experience’. If not...you really need to. With the pub as its core, Dolan’s is a complex with different award-winning venues serving Irish music every night of the week. It has also gained international recognition and introduced a wide range of artists to the Dublin community.
The Warehouse is one of five music venues that make up the pub, which showcases Irish and international music alongside many comedy acts and events for the spoken word. It is also the site of Limerick’s notorious indie and dance club nights, leveraging its status as an eclectic hub for music and live performances.
Beyond its attachment to the pub, the Warehouse alone has secured the Hotpress Reader’s award for ‘Best Venue’ in 2013 and 2013 and was the IMRO 2013 Munster Winner.
Its broad bill of notable artists include the likes of Mumford & Sons, Kasabian, Biffy Clyro, David Gray, Stone Sour, Hozier, The Undertones, The Magic Numbers, Franz Ferdinand, Snow Patrol and Bob Geldof. Among the reputable comedians having performaed at Dolan’s is John Bishop, Dara O’Briain, and Jason Byrne.
The Dolan’s venues were born out of a family’s passion and dedication to transmit local talent to the community. Having done so for over a quarter of a century, Dolan’s has grown and become a household name for delivering emerging and established musicians to Dublin.