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    Smile Stringfellows Coming to Dublin!

    Today's Independent carried the story that Stringfellows is finally coming to Dublin:

    Lapdance celebrity unveils plans for a 3m club off O'Connell Street

    LAPDANCE supremo Peter Stringfellow plans to open an up-market club in Dublin, the Irish Independent can reveal.

    The perma-tanned entrepreneur will shortly launch a major drive to attract beautiful Irish girls. These will work alongside a coterie of his international dancers in the new club which will be just off the top of O'Connell Street.

    The flamboyant businessman said last night he planned to invest at least 3m in creating a luxurious lap-dancing emporium in a 12,500 sq ft two-storey building in the Parnell Centre.

    "There will be a nucleus of Irish dancers," he said. "They may have been reluctant in the past to set up in Dublin, and with good reason, but we expect to break down that barrier using the international name of Stringfellows."

    Mr Stringfellow said he already employs Irish dancers in his London club and he expects some of them will work in Dublin.

    "This will be the full-weight Stringfellows with gourmet restaurant, dancing and top-rate decor," he said.

    Mr Stringfellow said he expected to sign the final contract for the premises just as soon as he finished sailing his yacht from Ibiza to Majorca.

    At least 50 dancers on an average night, and up to 90 at the weekend, will work in the club which will hold between 400 and 500 customers.

    "My kind of club will cater to the international traveller and the affluent end of the Irish business community - this is a very good thing for Dublin and it will have a lot of international appeal," he said.

    "There will VIP areas, champagne areas, a long bar at the beginning with pole dancers, an area for more exclusive dancing and a restaurant that should be very popular."

    It is third time lucky for Mr Stringfellow who has previously looked at two other sites in Dublin over the last two years, including one beneath the St Stephen's Green shopping centre.

    Mr Stringfellow said had always wanted to open a club in Dublin but had been wary of doing so because of some of the practices that some lap-dance operators had been able to get away with.

    However, the Sheffield born businessman said he was now convinced that bad elements had been stamped out by the Garda in a move that had helped open the door to legitimate operators.

    "I feel the police in Dublin have got their act together and sorted things out," he said.

    Mr Stringfellow said he had already met gardai to discuss the club.

    He said a small consortium of Irish business people were supporting his move into Dublin. But until he signed the final contract he could not reveal their names.

    Mr Stringfellow was advised by Dublin-based property experts HT Meagher O'Reilly while Morrissey Auctioneers advised the owners of the new property on the deal.

    The site of Mr Stringfellows new venture was previously occupied by a bar and lap-dance club backed by Northern Irish businessmen which went bust in late 2003 with debts of 2.4m.

    Tom Lyons

    Source: http://www.unison.ie/irish_independe...issue_id=12616

  2. Cool please update

    hi, i see this artical is dated, im in florida, i will be making a trip over to dublin and would like to know if this bussiness is open and where its located? u can email me at groveymon@aol.com

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    Hi,

    Yes stringfellows is still open.

    See https://www.escort-ireland.com/xxx/l...ing-clubs.html for all the info.

    Patricia

  4. Default Stringfellows closed as of July 14.


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    Now ye tell me ....!

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