The Manchester Irish Festival has now moved to: www.mcririshfestival.com
‘1916 – The Risen Word’ A commemorative performance by Manchester Irish Writers in drama, poetry, stories and music reflecting and inspired by the history and archival material of 1916 Easter Rising. Admission : £5 1916 commemorative event supported by the
The Lord Mayor of Manchester will officially open the Irish market on Albert Square. The market will remain open until Sunday 13th March 12noon-6pm Albert Square
Flanagan’s Irish Coffee House & Kelly’s Food of Foxford Selling all your favourite Irish food and drink. Open until Thursday 17th March. 12pm- 6pm Albert Square.
7.00pm Join Bridie Breen and poets and musicians from Athlone for a charity night for Dementia
10.30am, Full Irish Breakfast Join us and start your day with a full Irish Breakfast at only £9.95 and then head straight into the Lounge for a pint of the black stuff! 1.00pm, Irish Carvery To keep you re-fuelled
Finish of the Irish Festival in style by listening to some great music as some of Manchesters finest musicians blast out some tunes in our cosy Lounge Bar. From 7pm. Free Entry. More info via www.chorltonirishclub.co.uk