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St Patrick's Day Film Festival
St Patrick's Day at Corrigan's
St Patrick's Day at Corrigan's
Shamrock Sessions: Boxpark Wembley
St Patrick's Day Brunch at FEST Camden
St Patrick's Festivities - The London Irish Centre
Four Men and A Dog play at St Patrick's Day: Irish Cultural Centre
St Patrick's Day Supper Club
The Lost Lagoon


London celebrates St Patrick's Day with with an impressive programme of entertainment. There's the three day Irish film festival, The Sun Tavern is giving away free oysters, and the big parade takes to the city streets on 17th March 2019 along with free entertainment in Trafalgar Square.

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St Patrick's Day at Corrigan's

Irish chef Richard Corrigan celebrates with Irish food, rugby and a good old sing-song.

Corrigan's Mayfair, 28 Upper Grosvenor Street, Mayfair, London, W1K 7EH

Tube: Marble Arch Station


Dates: 16th - 17th March 2019


Corrigan's Mayfair will open specially on Sunday 17th March in celebration of St Patrick's Day with a menu based on traditional Irish fare. Irish classics like Irish stew served from the trolly and Mammy Corrigan's apple tart will be on the menu for the week. Sign up for the Feast of St Patrick's Day Masterclass on Saturday 16th March and you'll learn how to cook a classic St Patrick's Day menu, pick up skills like bread baking and filleting fish, and enjoy a four course lunch. For a more causal alternative, head over to Bentley's, Richard Corrigan's oyster restaurant on Piccadilly's Swallow street, on Sunday 17th March for a Post Parade Brunch from 2pm - a welcome respite from the flamboyance and excitement of the London celebration of the Patron Saint of Ireland, with live music kicking off from 6pm. Both Bentley's and Dickie's Bar will be showing the Six Nations Wales v. Ireland Rugby match on a big screen from 2.45pm.


St Patrick's Day Film Festival

The three day festival shows Irish shorts, family workshops and award-winning directors.

Regent Street Cinema, 309 Regent Street, London, W1B 2HW

Tube: Oxford Circus Station


Dates: 15th - 17th March 2019


Part of the official Mayor-backed St Patrick's Day celebrations in London, the St Patrick's Day Film Festival will take place at the Regent Street Cinema, around the corner from the main event in Trafalgar Square. The three day festival begins with an evening of short Irish films based on themes of diversity and inclusivity. From award-winning Irish director John Butler comes Papi Chulo, a cross-cultural comedy drama. Saturday brings Colin McIvor's war drama, Zoo, starring Dame Penelope Wilton and Toby Jones, it's followed by an afternoon of craft workshop for children with Kabutar Arts before an evening screening of The Man Who Wanted To Fly, telling the story of 80-something bachelor farmer Bobby Coote. To close, Irish Film London presents a night of Irish short films.


Shamrock Sessions: Boxpark Wembley

Wembley Park hosts a family-friendly event filled with all things Irish.

Boxpark Wembley, Olympic Way, Wembley Park, London, HA9 0EG

Tube: Wembley Park Station


Dates: 17th March 2019


To celebrate St Patrick's Day on 17th of March Wembley Park is putting on a family-friendly event filled with all things Irish. There'll be live music, traditional dance, comedy, storytelling and children's activities hosted by Boxpark Wembley. Kicking the Shamrock Sessions off, traditional Irish band 'The Shipsters' plays live while Ceilidh-style dancers addd to the fun. Comedian James Dowdes hosts as Irish dance troupe, Scoil Rince Ceim Oir, take to the stage. Over on the Beat Box Stage Irish stand-up comedians present an evening of laughter beginning with Jalarth Regan - the man behind multi-award winning global hit podcast 'An Irishman Abroad' - followed by "bright young talent" (Sunday Times), Patrick Monahan while star of Channel 4's 'Do the Right Thing', Michael Legge, rounds up the night. Activities for kids include face painting, balloon artists and crafts sessions. All the while you can enjoy food and drink from over 20 restaurants in Boxpark Wembley including Spice Shack, Zia Lucia and Tapa Vino who'll be offering special St Patricks Day menus.


Joanne McNally: Bite Me

The Irish comic comes to The Vaults with her one woman play.

The Vaults, 10 Leake Street, London, SE1 7NN

Tube: Waterloo Station , Lambeth North Station


Dates: 13th - 17th March 2019


Irish comic Joanne McNally comes to The Vaults with her one woman play about a diet, where not only did she lose weight, she lost jobs, friends and fellas. Well-known on Irish TV, Joanne's documentary Baby Hater on TV3 will soon be available on SKY, and she co-hosts RTE's The Republic of Telly. Her personal experience of anorexia and bulimia feeds into this relatable, irreverent and hilarious look at how she began to dismantle their grip on her life.


Six Nations Rugby: Wales v Ireland

Ireland play Wales in Cardiff at a massive final-day match on 16th March.

Famous Three Kings, 171 North End Road, London, W14 9NL

Tube: West Kensington Station


Dates: 16th March 2019


The Six Nations Championship culminates on Saturday 16th March 2019, the day before St Patrick's Day, so this match, when Wales take on Ireland, will be hotly contested and highly emotional. The match kicks off at 2.45pm in Cardiff and if you can't make it to Wales, the Famous Three Kings is a popular spot among Welsh fans to see the game. With three fixtures of Round 5 take placing on the same 'Super Saturday', it's a big day for the rugby fans who'll be showing their support in pubs across the capital.


St Patrick's Day at The Sun Tavern

A day of shenanigans and a DJ set from the legendary Suggs.

The Sun Tavern, 441 Bethnal Green Road, London, E2 0AN

Tube: Bethnal Green Underground Station


Dates: 17th March 2019


This St. Patrick's Day The Sun Tavern in Bethnal Green celebrates its Irish roots on Sunday 17th March with a day of shenanigans and a DJ set from the legendary Suggs. Starting from 12pm and running to the wee hours, The Sun Tavern will be serving Irish Whiskey and later the singer from Madness will take to the decks. Along with their impressive list of over 150 whiskies are cocktails - including the Ryanair - and poitin, Irish moonshine. There will also be Ceilidh band and complimentary oysters, freshly shucked by Oyster Boy.


St Patrick's Day: Irish Cultural Centre

The Irish Cultural Centre in Hammersmith hosts comedy, live music and a tea dance.

Irish Cultural Centre, Hammersmith, Blacks Road, London, W6 9DT

Tube: Hammersmith Station


Dates: 14th - 17th March 2019


Five Irish musicians blend high energy Irish 'trad' with Southern rock, rap, jazz, gypsy, blue grass and even salsa as Four Men and A Dog appear in concert for St. Patrick's Day at the Irish Cultural Centre in Hammersmith. Their live show is just one of the cultural events taking place over the St Patrick's Day festival. From 14th March there's a tea dance, a night of comedy, a walking tour on Yeats and Sean Keane will be lighting up the stage for a pre-St. Patrick's Day concert, taking the headline spot on Saturday night.


Taste The Greatness of Northern Ireland

Get a taste of Northern Ireland at Borough Market this St Patrick's Day.

Borough Market, Southwark Street, London, SE1 1TL

Tube: London Bridge Station , Borough Station


Dates: 13th - 23rd March 2019


From beer brewed on a County Antrim farm to blue cheese from County Down, you can get a taste of Northern Ireland at Borough Market this St Patrick's Day, on Sunday 17th March, when there will also be a special free family-friendly celebration in honour of Ireland's patron saint. The ten day 'Taste the Greatness of Northern Ireland' pop-up, running from Wednesday 13th March until Saturday 23rd March, introduces guest traders who set up shop in the glass-fronted Market Hall, bringing to life a fantastic array of award-winning produce sourced from Northern Ireland. The area was awarded 'Best International Food Destination' at the prestigious International Travel and Tourism Awards in November last year, firmly cementing its place on the gastronomic world map.


St Patrick's Day Supper Club

Enjoy a five-course Irish themed menu with black pudding in every dish.

Boki Seven Dials, 20 Earlham Street, Seven Dials, London, WC2H 9LG

Tube: Covent Garden Station , Leicester Square Station, Tottenham Court Road Station


Dates: 14th March 2019


Irish food writer Niamh Shields, the blogger behind Eat Like A Girl, is joined by chef Milli Taylor for an Irish supper club on the Thursday before St Patrick's Day. Guests at this one-night-only supper club at Boki will enjoy a five-course Irish themed menu, created in Niamh's signature style. If you like black pudding this is one for you. Each home cooked course includes a star appearance from Clonakilty black pudding, including croquettes, ragu and dumplings.


St Patrick's Day Brunch at FEST Camden

Bottomless Guinness and Bloody Marys, live music and a three course Irish brunch.

Fest Camden, Stables Market, Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8AH

Tube: Chalk Farm Station


Dates: 17th March 2019


Bottomless Guinness and Bloody Marys get the St Patrick's Dayparty started at FEST Camden where there'll be live music and a three course Irish brunch. While you're devouring Irish soda farl filled with poached egg and crispy bacon and steak & Guinness pie, Commitments Tribute Act 'The Kommitments' plays fast-paced soul music performed by six musicians and three vocalists. Their notoriously upbeat show pays homage to the best soul and Motown greats. Slow cooked beef in Guinness and vegetarian options are also on the menu, all served with heaps of mashed potato, steamed greens and colcannon. Chocolate brownie with Baileys whipped cream makes for a sweet finish.


The Lost Lagoon

The boating lake turns emerald green for St Patrick's Day weekend.

West 12 Shopping Centre, Shepherds Bush Green, London, W12 8PP

Tube: Shepherd's Bush Station (Central)


Dates: 01st February - 07th April 2019


In celebration of St Patrick's Day, Bompas and Parr are turning The Lost Lagoon fluorescent green for one weekend only. From Thursday 14th to Sunday 17th March, you can set sail on the emerald green water and enjoy a special rum and Guinness cocktail. At this fun immersive experience at the West 12 shopping mall in Shepherds Bush you are challenged with gathering ingredients from islands to make your own rum punch. Use the special recipe to decipher the treasure map and you'll find the hidden bounty. Added features include a whirlpool cocktail station and beach-inspired food and entertainment.


St Patrick's Festivities - The London Irish Centre

Folk music from Kila, family fun and rugby with Fergus Slattery.

London Irish Centre, 50-52 Camden Square, London, NW1 9XB

Tube: Camden Town Station


Dates: 15th - 17th March 2019


The London Irish Centre in Camden is hosting a huge variety of events for St Patrick's Day running from 15th to 17th March, from live music to a family fun day. On St Patrick's Day itself, on 17th March, Kila headline the big gig with support from The Phoenix Collective and other special guests. earlier in the day the Irish folk band performs at a special Family Fun Day when there's plenty of entertainment for the little ones and you can fill up on traditional Irish stew in Kennedy Hall. The day before, rugby fans can join ex Ireland Captain, Fergus Slattery, to watch the Ireland vs Wales match with a traditional bacon and cabbage dinner listening to entertaining stories from the man himself.

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