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How to Be Irish in Philly This Week

There’s a benefit for Project Children, a hot afternoon of sizzling Gaelic athletic action, and plenty of Irish music to carry you through the week.

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John Byrne pic

How To Be Irish in Philly This Week

The John Byrne Band will be in Berwyn at a new venue, there’s a beer fest in Burlington, and there are four Irish plays to choose from this week from Friel, Walsh, and McDonagh, plus “Riverdance” is making its last appearance in Philly. Controversial priest Roy Bourgeois will also be in town to screen a documentary on women’s ordination. Enjoy!

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Musicians of all ages at the Plough and Stars

How to Be Irish in Philly This Week

A big immigration meeting and Irish theatre are on tap this week. And hey, the Eagles are finished. We have a great idea how you can spend your Sunday.

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What, do we have to draw you pictures?

How to Be Irish in Philly This Week

Or maybe we should just say: How to Be Irish in Philly on Saturday. That one day alone is exhausting.

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Piping hot

How to Be Irish in Philly This Week

Looks like a lot of you are already in Wildwood. No worries for those of you who are still in town. There’s plenty of Irish music and, later in the week, a brand-new Irish festival.

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Paddy Keenan

How to Be Irish in Philly This Week

The Phoenixville Irish Fest is on Saturday, and there’s a golf outing to raise money for Philly’s own national ladies Gaelic football champs, the Mairead Farrells. And even more–that guy, at left, piper Paddy Keenan, a traditional music legend, will be at the Shanachie in Ambler too. And there’s a new Irish play coming!

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Nic Gaviskey

How To Be Irish in Philly This Week

NicGaviskey, a group from both sides of the Atlantic, will be performing at the Irish Center in Philadelphia on Saturday. And there’s plenty more happening this week! Read on.

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Parade

How To Be Irish In Philly This Week

First parade fundraiser this weekend at Paddy Whacks in the Northeast. The Mayo Association is bringing Our Lady of Knock to the Irish Center. And a couple of primo musicians are heading to the Irish Center with bouzoukis and pipes (don’t worry, they’re friendly) for a great night of Irish music. And there’s more!

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