Having an Irish singer, Irish musician or Irish band
or dancers during Saint Patrick's week, is as essential as having the
cream on the top of a pint of Guinness!
It's that time of the year for celebrating Irishness and of course the celebration of
Ireland's patron saint just isn't the same without some live Irish
Coronavirus update: For the duration of the Coronavirus issue, we've amended our cancellation policy. Until further notice, we're allowing all current and future bookings to be postponed indefinitely, without affecting your deposit, which can be used towards any amended date.
Book early! Unfortunately demand always outstrips supply during St Patrick's week, so contact us asap to avoid dissapointment. When you book an act in advance the bulk of the fee is not due until the event or just prior. We usually ask for a deposit with contract, which is normally around 20% of the overall fee for hiring an act.
There are several options available, with live music being the main choice. Most acts cover many of the Irish classics such as 'Whisky in the jar' , 'The Fields of Athenry' as well as more contemporary songs such as 'Galway Girl' and 'Wagon wheel'.
Cost depends on the size of the act and on which date and time of day the act is booked to perform.
You can get a good idea on fees here.
WhatsApp us via 07877 819255 and we'll reply promptly.
The standard playing times for a typical St Patrick's week booking are 3 x 45 minute sets within a 3 hour window. This applies to solo entertainers, duos and bands. Our dancers show is standard at 20-30 minutes. Disco bookings are for a minimum of 4 hours depending on your needs.
The fees charged by acts at the busiest week of the year for Irish entertainment tend to be at their highest. To ensure your booking is contracted in writing, is essential. We do that for you, at the time of booking, giving you the peace of mind required for your St Patrick's week event.
The sooner you contact us, the more chance of us being able to help. Demand is high and availability of acts is limited.
If it's a guest spot or corporate event, the dancers are more popular. Live music is best for longer periods.