Welcome to the United Arts Club.
Promoting the nine arts in Ireland;
Literature, Music, Dance, Theatre, Drawing,
Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Architecture.
COVID-19 UPDATE :
Dear Members and Friends,
Firstly and most importantly, I hope you and your loved ones are all well at this very difficult time for everyone.
Our building may be closed but we have been working behind the scenes to consider what we may have to do to make it possible to reopen safely and implement the guidelines on social distancing issued by the government. We will of course be guided by the advice provided by the Health authorities when that time comes.
For now, I ask that you maintain the requested protocol in relation to keeping yourselves safe.
The Honorary Secretary, United Arts Club.
The United Arts Club situated in the heart of Georgian Dublin has since its foundation in 1907 been a meeting place for people with an interest in all aspects of the arts including; literature, music, painting, drama, film; and good conversation. The Club provides its members with a place to relax, meet and make new friends, and enjoy a variety of cultural events in friendly company and beautiful surroundings.
The club has a fascinating and rich cultural history reaching back over a hundred years. Our founding members include WB Yeats, Countess Markievicz, and AE Russell.
Every month we host a diverse programme of events for our members and their guests. These include art exhibitions, concerts, recitals, discussions, lectures, poetry readings and honorary dinners.
Our members include painters, sculptors, movie-makers, musicians, poets, politicians, students and people from all walks of life all with a common interest in the arts. We particularly welcome new members and visitors. Membership information and application forms are available on our website.
The club offers a variety of facilities including an excellent dining room, bar and bedroom accommodation. The club also enjoys reciprocal arrangements with many Arts Clubs internationally.
Images and news from our exhibitions and main cultural events can be viewed on our blog.
Click here to read our Dignity at Work Policy and Code of Procedures.