Since it first opened in 1996, Copper Face Jacks has become an Irish institution, a place where you are guaranteed to bump into a guard.

On Thursday night, Copper Face Jacks on Harcourt Street was decked out in St Patrick’s Day bunting, bracing itself for the long weekend ahead. Inside(...)

The cast during rehearsals of Paul Howard’s ‘Copper Face Jacks’ in the Olympia Treatre, Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw  Copper Face Jacks: The Musical: Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

If there was ever a Dublin club whose reputation precedes it, it’s Harcourt Street’s Copper Face Jacks. Even the Lonely Planet got wind of that i(...)

The cast during rehearsals of Paul Howard’s ‘Copper Face Jacks’ in the Olympia, Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw for the Irish Times

In the Olympia Theatre on a set designed to look like Harcourt Street, dancing, drinking, staggering and flirting young people are singing, “Whoo(...)

The club  has long since entered Dublin night time folklore and has amassed the massive cash pile over the years as a result of its enduring popularity. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Dublin night-club Copper Face Jacks has seen accumulated profits rise to €72 million in 2016. The company that operates Copper Face Jacks on Dublin’(...)

Company directors Cathal and Paula Jackson were paid a combined salary of €1 million in the 2013 financial year, up from €566,460 the previous year.  Photograph: Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland

The company that operates Copper Face Jacks nightclub in Dublin made pretax profits of €6.8 million in the year to the end of January 2013, according (...)

At the end of January 31st this year the Jackson firm was sitting on a mouth-watering cash-pile of €43 million.

Dublin nightclub Copper Face Jacks last year enjoyed bumper pretax profits of €6.81 million.The profits are on the same level as the €6.81m profit enj(...)