St Patricks Day St Helens
Disco Stu with Irish Stew Supper – Friday 17th March
Looking to celebrate St Patricks Day in St Helens? Come on down to the Millhouse, We’ve got Disco Stu with an Irish Stew Supper. We’ve all got a touch of the Blarney in us, join us for a toe tapping night of your favourite disco tunes.
Irish Stew Supper served from 10pm – £5. Free entry
The best place in St Helens to celebrate Paddys Night!
Three Fun Facts About St Patricks Day
- It’s customary to wear shamrocks and/or green clothing or accessories on St Patricks day. St Patrick is believed to have used the shamrock, a three-leaved plant, to explain the Holy Trinity to the pagan Irish.
- It’s customary to pinch people who aren’t wearing green on St Patricks day. This is due to the legend that wearing green made people invisible leprechauns and that those not wearing green would be pinched by them.
- Saint Patrick wasn’t born Patrick. His birth name was Maewyn Succat, he later changed his name to Patricius after becoming a priest.