Celebrating Cultures, Promoting Integration
1. The St. Patrick’s Two Nighter at Workman’s Club
St Paddy made it true! Two consecutive nights of fun, music and celebration prepared by the Workman’s Club just for your entertainment.
Today the Dublin 4 piece rock band, Vicious Fishes will delight us with their unique mix of styles, from afro and blues to hip hop and new wave. After them, it will be time to change a little with Free Sunshine Acid and their psychedelic rock, the epic band Sun Mahshene and finally Beach. Definitely a great blend of music to make your Thursday taste even better!
Not happy with this amazing evening, the Workman’s Club will make us enjoy more if possible of the official date with Bodies, Mustard and DJs playing music all day long!
Take a look at all detailed information in their webpage, take a deep breath and take all your energy to have the most fun ever!
Where: Workman’s Club, 10 Wellington Quay, Dublin 2
When: Thu from 20:00, Fri from 16:00
Price: Free admission
For more information, visit: http://theworkmansclub.com/events/the-st-patricks-two-nighter-2/
2. Festival Céilí
For those of you wondering what “céilí” really means, the word implies social events with Scottish or Irish folk music and singing, traditional dancing, and storytelling. This may give you an idea of what this event will be all about and you wouldn’t be wrong!
The Festival Céilí is an event programmed for today by St Patrick’s Festival to warm up before the big day. It’s made for all of us who want to really get in the traditional Irish celebration of St Patrick’s Day. You will learn the dancing steps while listening live music, so be prepared for a very fun and amazing afternoon!
Where: Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2
Price: Free admission
For more information, visit: http://www.stpatricksfestival.ie/
3. Irish and Spanish Legends
Bard Richard Marsh, a member of Dublin Yarnspinners, will reveal us in form of stories those little magical secrets that Irish and Spanish folklore share.
From Mouros, Leprechauns, the Urco and the Púca to the similarities the Galician Saint Patrick and the Irish share, he will discover us the deepest and best kept stories. Are you going to miss them?
Where: Instituto Cervantes, Lincoln House, Lincoln Place, Dublin 2
Price: Free admission, but booking is required via http://firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, visit: http://www.stpatricksfestival.ie/events/event/leprechauns_and_mouros