- 21 Jan 19
Independent volunteer group, Give Us The Night will hold a number of meetings across Ireland to discuss the future of Irish nightlife.
After a number of high profile venues across Ireland have closed their doors, Irish nightlife has taken a serious hit lately.
To discuss the future of Irish nightlife, independent volunteer group Give Us The Night will hold a number of meetings in locations across Ireland in the coming weeks.
The first kicks off tonight at the Sugar Club in Dublin at 6.30pm, with meetings in Galway, Limerick, Cork and Waterford planned on the 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 29th and 30th respectively.
The meetings, which are free and open to everyone, will center around the group's mandate which campaigns for positive changes to nightlife in Ireland, with particular regard to music venues.
According to their website, they wish to "create debate and discussion about the licensing laws in Ireland, with a view to influencing legislative changes that lead to a more vibrant and profitable night-time industry".
Their main aims are to extend the opening hours of night venues in Ireland, increased clarity within the licensing system, 24-hour public transport and for more cultural spaces such as museums and galleries to be used as night venues.
For their full mandate check out their website: http://www.giveusthenight.com and be sure to head along to the meetings in the next two weeks.
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