Manchester Irish Festival 2016 News
The Ballina Salmon Festival runs from Wednesday 13 July to Sunday 17 July
Mayo Day was used to launch the countdown to Manchester's 6 Day Festival in Ballina in July
Mayo Manchester helps launch Mayo Day 2016 in Beijing and Shanghai
The autobiography of Labhrás O Nualláin who was born in Manchester in 1912 was launched at St Kents
The first Vintage Tractor Run from Levenshulme to Fallowfield was staged on Sunday 20 March
Rochdale band - 'The Scattering' will be making a triumphant return to the Manchester Irish Festival beer tent in Albert Square this Saturday - by popular demand. The band, from Rochdale and Middleton stormed to festival's main music stage last Saturday night.
The festival website would like to wish everyone a Happy St Patrick's Day. This year has been another successful festival with tens of thousands of people taking part in hundreds of events across Greater Manchester.
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Just over £27,000 was raised at the Good Life Orphanage St Patrick's Ball
Tourism Michael Ring TD sends a special message to the Manchester Irish Festival
The sun came out to shine on this years St Patricks Day Parade in Manchester
The sun's shining on us today and it's the Manchester Irish Festival St Patrick’s Day Parade, the annual parade starts at the Irish World Heritage Centre at 11.30am and arrives around 1pm in Albert Square.
It's 'Super Saturday' at the Manchester Irish Festival with dozens of events across Greater Manchester. Firstly though, the bad news: Two events tonight are sold out. The St Patrick's Night Ball in aid of Good Life Orphanage and Rattle N Reel at St Mary's Parish Centre. There's still plenty to do
The Gorton Monastery with Go Green for Special SOLD OUT Charity Ball on Saturday 12 March. The award winning Gorton Monastery in Manchester will join Tourism Ireland’s global #GoGreen4StPatricksDay campaign on Saturday 12 March to celebrate a special St Patrick's themed Charity ball.