Tag Archives: St Patrick’s Weekend

Migrants Rights Centre of Ireland tweetz:

This week, over SIX HUNDRED undocumented people sent these postcards to Ministers Flanagan & Humphreys to remind them that in communities, homes & businesses all over Ireland, undocumented people are doing work that is *essential* to Irish society. #TheOtherUndocumentedIrish


Met Éireann has issued a Status Yellow rain for Connacht, Longford, Offaly, Westmeath, Cavan, Monaghan, Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick and Tipperary, from 9pm tonight until noon tomorrow.

The rain may “turn to snow in parts for a time”.

On St Patrick’s Day, Sunday, the national outlook is that it will be a “cold and blustery day with sunny spells and passing showers, some with hail and thunder”.


Met Éireann


Temple Bar, Dublin last night at 1am.

Thanks Brian


On the London Underground this afternoon.

Daniel writes:

“Out of picture are the 10+ people with this couple  in leprechaun and Irish dancing outfits pissed out of their minds winding up passengers on the same carriage…”


Upper Mount Street, Dublin yesterday afternoon.

Thanks Knitzer


Ivory Coast flag outside The Westin Hotel, Dublin this afternoon.

Thanks Alan O’Connor


galwaycodLouise writes:

Fishmonger getting into the Paddy’s Day spirit in the Saturday Market in Galway yesterday. There’s no plaice like Galway on a sunny day…

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Neil Dorgan writes:

“Frankly hatstand seasonal window display in a fabric/furnishing type shop in Greystones, Co. Wicklow.”


Dave Leahy writes:

“Keith Walsh ollies two Japanese tourists outside Grattan House, Mount Street, Dublin this afternoon .Photo by Niall O Byrne.”


Stop Skype-ing.

Meet some damn Irish hipsters in the ‘flesh’.

Jim writes:

Irish expat band Bold Things & Hackney Irish Social Club are delighted to present an amazing Live and FREE event on St. Patrick’s weekend. We have gotten together with friends, some Irish, some not to create a FREE gig which showcases the talent in our community, celebrating the musical diaspora, and the new friends we have made along the way. Join us

The Dalston Victoria, London E8. Saturday 15th March. 4pm til late.

Bold Things Presents… (Facebook)