— Val (@magnumlady) March 17, 2020
There’s cabin fever.
And there’s cabin FEVER.
Earlier: Aww Fhéile Phádraig
Mini parade in Rush pic.twitter.com/gs9KYz3CgI
— Just_Seán (@Shooting_Shaun) March 17, 2020
Rush, County Dublin
They may have closed the pubs, they may have closed the schools, but nothing is stopping Big Bird doing wheelies up Rush main street on Paddy’s Day pic.twitter.com/2jGFfzTT4d
— Robbie (@Robbie__Farrell) March 17, 2020
From another angle.
— Katie McCabe (@mccabekatie98) March 17, 2020
Áine O’Beirne writes
Nephews have taken most of my toys hence why the parade is so short…My brother is wondering about the lack of 2 metre distancing…
— Peter hynes🐄🇮🇪 #TeamHynes (@Peterhynes15) March 17, 2020
Isolation parade- my kitchen table!
No standing in wind and rain this year… toasty! Hope it makes you smile :)
Music Iarla Dunford#stpatricksday2020#stpatricksdayireland#selfisolation#stayhome#coronavirus#coronaireland#socialdistance#workingfromhome#covidireland pic.twitter.com/jBCmCOIyov
— Sui Mindfulness (@SuiMindfulness) March 16, 2020
I absolutely love this country sometimes. You can’t dampen the spirit of the people. pic.twitter.com/T894BkVjwf
— jo (@duawheelie) March 17, 2020
In Rathfarnham, Dublin.
— Gerard Wall (@jgerardwall) March 17, 2020
— Eamon White (@whitebhoy) March 17, 2020
This is art pic.twitter.com/0xLmuUlAkJ
— Motherfoclóir: Laura 👱🏼♀️🎧 (@Motherfocloir) March 17, 2020
— Cllr Shane P O’Reilly-Cavan (@cccshanep) March 17, 2020
— Gary W (@Gwhizz365) August 4, 2019
Spotted at the Courtmacsherry Festival, County Cork at the weekend.
Uncanny Séan O’Rourke, In fairness.
Previously: ‘I Found Myself On The Floor’
Pic via Barry Holland
In New York.
Sinn Féin president Mary Lou McDonald at the St Patrick’s Parade in Manhattan.
Members of the Votes for Irish Citizens Abroad (VICA) march in the London St Patrick’s Day parade amid Brexit fears of disenfranchisement.
Scenes from the St Patrick’s Day parade in Dublin city this afternoon.
(Pix: Oisín Kane (10-21)
(Pix: Rollingnews (5-9)
Ciaran Tierney tweets:
A view from 1923? ’33? ’43? No. One of our esteemed (Galway) City Councillors speaking in 1993, as spotted in this week’s @CTribune archives
Scenes from the Easter Sunday State Commemoration Ceremony in Dublin earlier today.
(Pix: Oisín Kane)
(Thanks Stephen and Colin Murphy)
The Irish Festival, Melbourne, Australia.
Thanks Mark Geary
— speaking of IMELDA (@speakofIMELDA) March 14, 2016