Hop on a coach to Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds or Liverpool to catch the Eurolines service to Ireland this St Patrick’s Day so that you don’t miss out on one of Ireland’s most outrageous festivals of the year. Starting on the 14th March and culminating on St Patrick’s Day on Tuesday the 17th March 2015, the St Patricks Day Festival promises a number of exciting events filled with traditional celebrations, music, food entertainment and more.
Les Poupées Géantes
Look out for Les Poupées Géantes on Monday the 16th at 4pm on South King Street and at 6:45pm on Suffolk Street. Known as the giant crazy dolls, these three dolls will magically dance through the streets of Dublin, followed by eerie operatic melodies. The performance promises to transform the streets of Dublin into an impromptu opera house for a limited time only!
Celli House Live In Concert
Presenting a gala concert of traditional Irish music, song and dance, the Celli House features famous Celtic maestros, traditional Irish singers and more. Let their performances help to transport you back to the glorious golden days of yore with their captivating songs and music.
This year’s theme for the parade is ‘Celebrate Now’ and is sponsored by a number of leading pageant companies who will bring their creative designs to life in a clash of colours, modern styles and fashion representations of Dublin today.
The whole event promises to be an unmissable experience, so show off some traditional Irish pride by heading over to Dublin this weekend!