This is a notorious Dublin nightclub, although it’s not for all tastes. It’s popularly considered the place for teachers, guards and nurses but in truth it’s a fairly mixed crowed. During the GAA season it’s bursting at the seams with fans from outside the capital. And at weekends its two floors can be quite crowded. With everyone bopping to cheesy classics and latest chart staples it gets quite sweaty too. It’s an ideal spot for people looking to have some fun and not take themselves too seriously – no posing here. And part of the reason for Copper's enduring success is its popularity with single folk. And who are we to judge?