We are celebrating St Patrick’s week here in Ireland so what better time then to discuss the concept of an Irish themed Sten Party :)! It is well known across the globe that Irish people know how to throw a good party so why not include this as part of your overall party theme and come celebrate Irish style :). Sit back and explore some of the fantastic options available :
Located 10 minutes from the City Centre in a beautiful 18th Century townhouse,
The Irish House Party is a truly unique experience in Dublin. The evening was something of a revolt by Irish musicians against the cheesy and the twee. It is traditional Irish music and Irish dancing at its very best, performed by All Ireland champion musicians, dancers and entertaining presenters. Consistently voted as one of the top ten things to do in Dublin.
Get moving with a traditional Ceili Class…
How about a ceili class!! Get taught the basic and fundamental movements of Irish Ceilí dancing in a fun and interactive environment. All participants are invited to take to the floor and learn a selection of Traditional Irish Ceilí Dances such as ”The Walls of Limerick” and ”The Bridge of Athlone”. Each participant leaves the party with a Certificate of Achievement for their participation and enthusiasm throughout the Irish dance party.
Catering for groups of 10 or more what better way to get into the spirit of things! Contact us for more information!
Check out the the companies owners Seán & Roma strut their stuff below
Explore Ireland’s Wild West with The Wild Atlantic Way
Stretching Ireland’s western seaboard, the Wild Atlantic Way is the longest defined coastal touring route in the world. Over 2,500km in length, spanning Ireland’s western counties, the route takes in some of the most breathtaking scenery you’ll ever see.
The Wild Atlantic Way is not a destination but a journey. Here, you’ll discover warmth in the wild continuous landscape and visit the most spectacular places: UNESCO World Heritage site Skellig Michael; the largest karst landscape in the world, The Burren; and the traditional Irish towns dotted along our western coast.
The Wild Atlantic Way is alive with literature, music, stories, and surf. Its landscape, flora, fauna, and sheer size have inspired everyone from WB Yeats to John Lennon.
Where else would the rolling landscape and Gaelic spirit inspire the dreamers, and the Atlantic Ocean call the world’s greatest surfers? Where else would actor Sean Connery, Hollywood legend Maureen O’Hara, and poet Seamus Heaney escape from it all?
Come Visit Ireland – the most LGBT friendly country in the world <3 x