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Irish World Heritage Centre

Official Venue

LIVE IN THE LOUNGE - WHISKEY IN THE JAR

March 02, 2019

Live music in the lounge with Whiskey in the Jar from 9 pm to late, free admission.
Also all the weekends action from the Premier League, Scottish Premiership and GAA will be shown in the bar from 12 noon.

LIVE IN THE LOUNGE - RIGS & JEELS

March 03, 2019

Live music from 5.30pm in the lounge with the amazing Rigs & Jeels.
Also, all the weekends action from the Premier League, Scottish Premiership and GAA will be shown in the bar from 12 noon.

NATIONAL IRISH STUDIES CONFERENCE

March 09, 2019

9.15am

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: The Victoria Convict Prison on Spike Island, Cork Harbour,

1847-1883 By BARRA O DONNOBHVAN

Patsy Dan Rodgers, ‘King of Tory’ By JIM HUNTER

There will be an Irish Book Stall

Tickets cost £25 prepaid or £30 on the door, Includes lunch and refreshments (Dietary requirements please email to advise)

Cheques payable to: Manchester Irish Education Group or book through EVENTBRITE

If applying by post send your details to: MIEG, 12 Nabbs Fold, Greenmount, Bury, BL84EH

cheques payable to Manchester Irish Education Group

Information Contact: email: ManIrishEdGroup@gmail.com OR

07958917780 or 01204886418

Website: http://manirishedgroup.org.uk

IRISH SOUL NIGHT & INNISFREE

March 09, 2019

Live music in the lounge with Innisfree from 9 pm to late. free admission.
All the weekends action from the Premier League, Scottish Premiership, Guinness 6 Nations and GAA will be shown in the bar from 12 noon. Irish Funfair, 12 noon - late.
Also, we have our fantastic Irish Soul Night from 8pm in the Munster Hall,

£5 on the door.

GAELIC MASS AND ST PATRICK’S PARADE

March 10, 2019

9.30am, Parade leaves at 11.30am

Gaelic Mass at the Irish World Heritage Centre at 9.30am, everyone welcome. The Manchester St Patrick’s Parade will leave the Centre at 11.30am and will make its way to Albert Square, for approx. 1pm.

FREE ADMISSION

“25”

March 14, 2019

7.30pm

A celebration of twenty-five years of the Manchester Irish Writers’ Group, featuring new work alongside significant pieces written by members past and present. The evening will include traditional music, step dance displays and refreshments.

FREE ADMISSION

FILM: ROSIE

March 14, 2019

8pm

Written by Roddy Doyle, ROSIE tells the story of a mother trying to protect her family after their landlord sells their rented home and they become homeless. ROSIE puts a human face to Ireland's housing crisis and examines how even in times of crisis the love and strength of a family can endure.Event presented by IRISH MANCUNIAN. To be notified of our future events please email us at mancirishfilm@gmail.com. Film starts 8pm. Bar/refreshments available plus Irish book stall. For full details & advance tickets see www.wegottickets.com/mancirish.

ST PATRICK’S DINNER DANCE

March 15, 2019

7pm

Three course meal and live music with the amazing Crossroads. For more information visit: www.iwhc.com

Admission: £35.00

QUARE CRAIC

March 16, 2019

12pm - late

Live in the Lounge from 9pm with the fantastic Quare Craic. Also, showing all the live action from the weekends FA Cup, Premier League, Scottish Premiership, Guinness 6 Nations and GAA, will be shown in the bar from 12 noon.

ST PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATIONS

March 17, 2019

8am - late

Fr Tom Ryan will celebrate a St Patrick's Day Mass at the Centre at 10am. All welcome. Traditional Irish breakfast from 8am. St Patrick's Carvery served 1pm - 5pm. Live sport in the bar from 12 noon
including Dundee v Celtic (ko 12.30pm), Fulham v Liverpool (ko 2.15pm), Everton v Chelsea (ko 4.30pm) and the weekends GAA. Live music with from 12 noon to close with Mixi Toal & Liffey Street and Rigs & Jeel. Family-friendly. Open to the public everyday. Firework display at 7pm.

FREE ADMISSION

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Irish World Heritage Centre

1 Irish Town Way,

MANCHESTER

M8 0AE