Hidden down Sauchiehall Lane, visit Malone’s for four days of St Patrick’s Day fun:
• St Patrick’s Day Street Party No.1 with everything from Irish Dancing to face painting and folk music, not to mention there’s BBQ treats, March 17, 2016
• Live music and Club Orange (Irish Fanta), March 18, 2016
• St Patrick’s Day Street Party No.2, showing all of the RBS 6 Nations coverage, March 19, 2016
• Sunday music session from 4pm with Danny Kelly, Gary Óg and Paul Sheridan, March 20, 2016
What better way to celebrate the patron saint of Ireland than to head to Kitty O’Sheas to watch Ireland take on Scotland in the RBS 6 Nations on March 19? Kitty's has everything from Guinness, Irish craft beers on tap to cocktails – what’s not to like?
In honour of the Emerald Isle’s patron saint, Lebowskis has certainly shaken things up, offering Green Russian cocktails to mark this special day. Don’t fancy a green one? They have an entire White Russian menu to choose from.
St Patrick’s Day Celebration, Celtic Football Club, March 12, 2016
Celebrate St Patrick’s Day early with an evening at Celtic Park. Enjoy a three course carvery dinner followed by evening entertainment all night long in the Kerrydale Suite. Be sure to bring your dancing shoes!
Glasgow’s St Patrick’s Day Festival, Various Venues, March 5 - 19, 2016
With a diverse programme of events, Glasgow’s St Patrick’s Day Festival has something for everyone. From film and Irish language sessions to quiz nights and family events. Check out the Family Fun Day on March 12 in Merchant Square with music, dancing and competitions from 12noon until 5pm.
Mary Bourke: Best Of Irish, Saint Luke’s, March 17, 2016
As part of the Glasgow International Comedy Festival, head along to Saint Luke’s for an evening full of laughs from top notch Irish comedians.
St Patrick’s Day Special Irish Comedy Special, The Stand, March 17, 2016
With comedy shows on every night of the week, The Stand is putting on a special show in celebration of St Patrick’s Day. Dubbed a ‘wonderful line-up’ by the Edinburgh Evening News, make sure to book ahead to avoid missing out!
Ardal O’hanlon, King’s Theatre, March 23, 2016
Better known as Father Dougal McGuire, Father Ted favourite Ardal O’Hanlon is one of many headliners at this year’s Glasgow International Comedy Festival. An award winning comedian, actor and writer, Ardal has toured sell-out shows worldwide. This is your chance to see the Irish comedian in action in Glasgow’s King’s Theatre.
To find out more about what’s going on in Glasgow this month and beyond, please visit https://peoplemakeglasgow.com/whats-on