‘To dance is to be out of yourself. Larger, more beautiful, more powerful’: Agnes de Mille
Andrea Horan considers the past and the future of Ireland's clubbing culture
Dancing in Dublin has been a long time coming. And a long time going. When clubs in Ireland were finally given the go-ahead to open, along with it came questions and comments about whether there would be anywhere left to dance, a fair assertion given the number of built-for-purpose clubs left standing.
But the people who put on club nights in Ireland are a resourceful bunch and the clubbers of the country let out a...
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