IT’S that time of year again, folks, and if there’s one thing we Weegies can’t get enough of around St Patrick’s weekend, it’s a good ol’ party.

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So, without further ado, make sure you head along to one - or all - of these unmissable parties in town:

St Patrick’s Weekender
O’Neill’s Grand Central
Friday to Monday

Head along to the new Union Street bar for a weekend of live sport, live music and food and drink deals.

St Patrick’s Weekend
Jinty McGuintys Irish Bar
Friday to Sunday

The West End bar’s famous St Patrick’s Day Weekend will see live rugby, lots of live music, Irish dancing, food, a photo booth, face painter and plenty of Guinness.

St Patrick’s Day Festival
Metropolitan Cocktail Bar & Restaurant

The courtyard area is first come, first served so make sure you get there early to get a table with the best view. Enjoy Irish-themed light bites and mini steak and Guinness pies. Headlining the family day will be The Paul McKenna Band along with a load of entertainment, face painting, balloon artist and much more.

Guinness Garden Party
Cùl Cùil

The West Nile Street pub will be serving up an abundance of food, curated Irish cocktails and other sweet treats along with plenty of live music. Staff will be offering a relaxed and rustic approach to the festival revelries with a barbecue grill being fired up “oot the back” from 1pm.

Drag Queen Brunch St Patrick’s Day Spectacular
Revolution Mitchell Street

Feed your stomach and soul with an afternoon full of cocktails and queens, lip-syncing and dancing. Expect giveaways, games and all sorts of brunch nonsense. Tickets are £25 and include a brunch dish and four cocktails or Prosecco.


Bongo’s Bingo St Patrick’s Special

Undoubtedly the biggest party in town, tickets for this crazy shindig sold out months ago. However, some goers have surfaced online selling their tickets for a variety of reasons. If you’re lucky enough to get your hands on some, expect rave dancing on the tables, rubbish prizes, awkward dance-offs - and Irish girl group B*Witched themselves!

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