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St Patrick's Day in London

Singing, dancing, a parade and a pint or two - the Irish have always known how to party and celebrating St Patrick's Day in London is no exception

If anyone knows how to party, it's the Irish, and to celebrate St Patrick's Day in London (Friday March 17 2017) they go bigger than ever. There'll be dancing, singing, Irish food and Gaelic-themed things to do with kids – so be sure to go green for one of the best London events in March.

What's the craic with St Patrick's Day in London?

St Patrick's Day is dedicated to the Patron Saint of Ireland. Along with the religious aspects of the Saint's day, the festival is traditionally celebrated with 'wearing of the green' and shamrocks. The biggest of the festivities take place in Ireland but St Patrick's Day is widely celebrated by Irish ex-pats around the world. 

When is St Patrick's Day in London celebrated?

St Patrick's Day is on Friday March 17 this year. Check back nearer the time as we'll be updating this page with St Paddy's day events.

Sink a Guinness at an Irish pub

London's best Irish bars and pubs

If you're looking for a pub that's Irish-owned, stocks Irish ales and whiskeys, or often hosts traditional music, food and even dancing, then look no further.

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By: Time Out London Food & Drink

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Heather  J
Heather J

Top Dog Diner on Frith Street in Soho is serving a "Patty McGuinness" for St. Patrick’s Day (and through Saturday) - two patties, smashed onto the grill with a flat iron, Guinness-braised onions, Jameson BBQ sauce, lettuce, Irish cheddar on a brioche bun.  You can get it with a side of Colcannon fries - skin-on crunchy fries with crispy kale, bacon dust and spring onions.  Add a shot of Jameson to finish it off! 

Allan C
Allan C

St Patrick's Day 2016 Pub Crawls in Central London, Camden & Shoreditch! 

www.1bignightout.com 

Come and check it out!

Denise W
Denise W

There is Father Ted Bingo going on at a place called the Six Yard Box in Elephant and Castle which sounds pretty Epic

Sean G
Sean G

You stated above "Follow the St Paddy's Day Parade floats and marching band, which begins in Piccadilly at 2pm". The parade started at 12pm, so I and many others missed it because you got it wrong. Thanks!