Lap Dancing Clubs in Co Kilkenny
- Sorry No Clubs
Co Kilkenny is small rural region (or County) to the south of the Republic of Ireland, in the province of Leinster. It’s separated only to the south coast by the city of Waterford, although Rivers Barrow and Suir connect it to the sea up to New Ross and Carrick-On-Suir. Biggest towns are county town Kilkenny, Ballyraggot and Callan and Thomastown but most of the region has low population density.
The most popular sport in the area are hurling which has been played for 3000 years, it involves a small ball being hit with a hurly stick towards goals for either three points or one point. Kilkenny are one of the biggest teams along with Cork and Tipperary. This popular Gaelic sport is played around the world but Kilkenny is one of its centres.
Kilkenny is also know for horse racing (flat and jumping), stables there have trained several winners across the water in England including Aintree Grand National and Cheltenham Gold Cup winners such as Hedgehunter (winner in 2005) and Numbersixvalverde (winner in 2006) amongst many others down the years.
There are also loads of golf courses in the area which brings visitors from around the world every year for a picturesque round and plenty of the 19th hole afterwards.
James Hobam who came from the town of Callen in County Kilkenny, was the man who designed The White House in Washington DC USA, started around 1792 to 1800.
Co Kilkenny no longer has a strip club with the last one closing a few years ago, it’s near enough though to Waterford, Cork and Galway as well as the capital Dublin to make it worth while to head there for some evening strip entertainment. Ireland has nearly a dozen clubs around the country, the north has none though.