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    St Patrick's Day at Home

    The celebrations are going virtual and it's all happening online. This year we're bringing St Patrick's Day to you. Tune in on 17 March...

    The big St Patrick's Day party

    From the island of Ireland came the St Patrick's Day party we were all waiting for! This fun-filled 90-minute show was broadcast live on 17 March from three of Ireland's best-loved pubs, bringing a festival of music, Irish dancing, special guests and a few surprises right into people’s living rooms.

    The Celtic Drummers kicked off the entertainment with a pulse-pounding opening ceremony in Dublin, while folk superstars the Shamrock Tenors joined from Belfast. The talented folks from Riverdance even dropped by to show everyone how it’s done!

    Add in some lively "show and tells" on everything from playing the spoons to pouring the perfect pint of Guinness from a can, and you had a night to remember!

    Watch some highlights below on YouTube. #StPatricksDayAtHome

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    3 Irish pubs – one epic party!

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    Johnnie Fox's pub, Dublin Mountains

    Greetings from the highest pub in Ireland! Established in 1798, Johnnie Fox's is an Irish institution, famous for its "Hooley Show" of traditional music and dance. Who better to host our St Patrick's Day bash?

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    The Duke of York pub, Belfast

    Belfast in the house! The Duke of York pub has been on the go for over 200 years in the heart of Belfast and it will be standing by to bring you a rip-roaring performance from folk music stars, the Shamrock Tenors.

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    Dick Mack's pub, County Kerry

    One of Ireland's quirky dual-purpose pubs, Dingle's Dick Mack’s has been serving drinks AND selling leather goods since 1899. And this St Patrick's Day, it will host some great music to add to the party atmosphere.