The St Patrick's Party is a date that all rugby supporters look forward to in the Aviva Premiership diary, with entertainment for all the family both inside and outside the stadium.
To allow more families to join us on Saturday, London Irish has extended the family zone into the North Stand which means kids (U16s) can now go free in certain areas of the stand with a full paying adult. The Club is delighted so many families have already organised tickets and we are hoping many more can come along too.
The car park will host the St Patrick's Party village which will begin from 11.00am as DJ Minty takes to the stage to take supporters through a day of fun filled entertainment. Performances from The Bible Code Sunday’s, The Reels and The Paul Bowen Band will deliver the party atmosphere with Guinness trucks to accompany.
The entertainment doesn’t stop inside the stadium, at 2:30pm the Irish dancers from the O'Gara School of Irish Dance will put on a colourful display on the pitch before a sing-a-long with Ronan from the Bible Code Sunday's when he takes to the pitch just before kick-off.
Irish trail Worcester in the Aviva Premiership table and will be looking for a win in front of a large home crowd to bridge the gap.
Tickets can be collected from the following link - http://www.lidirect.co.uk/
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