Celebrating St Patrick’s Day!

Join in the global celebration of Irish culture this Friday, 17 March! Many of your favourite local pubs and bars are making extra special arrangements to help you celebrate one of the booziest weekends of the year…

O’Neill’s
66 The Broadway, Wimbledon, London SW19 1RQ

An inevitable pit stop during your St Patrick’s Day pub crawl, Irish pub chain O’Neill’s will undoubtedly be putting on the biggest celebration. Throw on your best green attire and enjoy Guinness after Guinness until late.

The Crooked Billet
14-15 Crooked Billet, Wimbledon SW19 4RQ

The Crooked Billet are promising a night of “Irish treats” for those signed up to be a friend of the Billet. Ominous, but surely promising a good time. Get yourself in the party mood with a couple pints of Guinness and welcome in the weekend with The Crooked Billet!

Wetherspoon
Wimbledon, Raynes Park, Putney…basically every town in the country.

Besides being as cheap and cheerful as ever, there’s another reason to head down to your local Wetherspoon this St Patrick’s Day. They’ll be serving up some classic Irish beverages including Two Brewers Irish Red from the Dungarvan Brewing Company and, of course, Irish whiskey, Magners Original and everyone’s favourite – Guinness.

 

St Patrick’s Punk Rock Party at The Fighting Cocks
56 Old London Rd, London, Kingston upon Thames KT2 6QA

With live music from The Yorkshire Rats, The Wonderbeers and The Burnt Tapes, this is sure to be one St Patrick’s party that you won’t forget. The beer is cheap, the whiskey is cheap and the entry is free – the perfect Friday Night set up, we think! Head along to The Fighting Cocks from 7:30pm to 1am (last entry at 11pm) for what is sure to be a heavy night…more info here.

The Earl Spencer
260-262 Merton Road, Southfields London SW18 5JL

The Earl Spencer want you to come and help them celebrate this St Patrick’s Day. Get your friends together and celebrate Irish culture for the day over a few pints of Guinness or some Irish Whiskey.

Where are you headed on St Patrick’s Day? Are there any local events we’ve missed?