What to do in Hull on St. Patrick’s Day

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Published: Friday 17th March 2017 by Rich Sutherland

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Today marks the feast day of one of the most renowned patron saints in the world, Saint Patrick.

Originally born in Romania, Patrick was a Christian missionary and a bishop in Ireland during the 1400s. He is famed for bringing the religion to the country, baptising people and establishing schools, churches and monasteries.

Nowadays, St. Patrick’s Day is honoured worldwide by colourful parades, festivals and events.

We’ve rounded up the best ways to celebrate in Hull. Don’t miss out on this fun activity spanning across the city.

Colleen’s Fancy, The Boot Room

Colleen’s Fancy are an Irish folk and country duo who will be performing at various venues this St. Patrick’s weekend.

Catch them busking at Monument Bridge from 1pm until 3pm on Friday 17 March and later on at The Boot Room at 354 Anlaby Road from 9pm.

Join them for a jig and listen to their upbeat sea shanties and rebel songs.

You can also support Colleen’s Fancy via their Facebook group.

Colleen's Fancy

The Sugar Mill

Make St. Patrick’s Day go out with a bang at The Sugar Mill on Princes Dock Street. It’s free entry before 11pm with all drinks costing £2.50.

With themed entertainers and feisty Irish leprechauns, you certainly won’t get bored.

Meanwhile, for just £30 you and your pals could hire a VIP booth with hostess service, nibbles and drinks.

Learn more on The Sugar Mill’s Facebook page.

Sugar Mill

The Hallmark Hotel

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in style by raising a glass of bubbly to the popular patron saint. Hallmark Hotel Hull is offering an evening of food, music and traditional entertainment for just £30 per person.

The night will consist of a delicious three-course dinner, accompanied by the sounds of an Irish ceilidh band. You even get a free pint of Guinness!

Upgrade your experience and spend the night for just £99, including a hearty breakfast the next morning.

To book your Irish experience, visit The Hallmark Hotel’s website.

Hallmark Hotel

The Hillbilly Troupe

On Sunday 19 March, Hull’s own Hillbilly Troupe will be gracing the stage at Butler Whites on Humber Street.

The folk band with strong punk, ska and Americana influences never fails to give audiences a fun-packed night of dancing and sing-a-longs.

Meanwhile, Butlers will be serving up some delicious Irish-themed cocktails.

Entry is free and the celebrations kick off at 5pm.

You can discover more on the Butler Whites Facebook page.

Hillbilly Troupe

Propaganda

Fancy something a bit different this St. Patrick’s Day? Head to Propaganda and dance until the early hours of Saturday morning.

Let their resident drag DJs play your favourite pop tunes and anthems.

One of Hull’s most vibrant nights out, you won’t forget this special celebration.

Find out more information on the Propaganda Facebook event.

Propaganda

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Published: Friday 17th March 2017 by Rich Sutherland

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