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The George Bar Dublin, Guide & Review
Thirsting to spruce up your best world with a life full of charm, consider The George Bar. It is Located at 89 South Great George’s Street, Dublin 2, DO2R220; Ireland, is the place to be. Built on the prominent location of the church of St. George in medieval Dublin, it is no surprise that the George has grown to host thousands of queens through its years. Run originally as a shellfish tavern in 1780, the George first began its journey into spirits and liquor within the early 1800s.
As Dublin’s only LGBTQ(Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual Transgender and Queer) nightclub. The George has been a long-standing staple of Irish nightlife scene. The George Bar has been heavily involved within the Irish LGBTQ deals, daily entertainment and drag shows. Indeed it’s the perfect place to dance the night away. In place are renowned DJs making The George Bar lively to your level of satisfaction. Featuring nationally recognized drag acts, an award winning venue, huge dance floor and day-time bar, The George takes you from the afternoon to the madness of after midnight without skipping a beat. With regular special guest appearances from Ru-Paul Drag Race Queens, Drag Contests and Live Music, it is the ultimate late night venue in Dublin.
The George Bar features an iconic celeb Veda who happen to be a renowned reigning queen of Dublin’s gay nightlife for over 20 years, performing Wednesdays, Saturdays and most Sundays. She won the title ‘Alternative Miss Ireland’ back in 1999, and her weekly show space ‘ N’ has enabled her to attract a trendy crowd of Dubliners and tourists alike. Since her early days in drag Veda’s unique and edgy performance has had the audience enjoying, and kept them coming back for more by combining fierce cabaret with innovative performance art.
The George Bar is the place to meet you.