Statement from Organisers
Due to the COVID-19 situation at the forefront on everyone's mind we wanted to post an update to our attendees.
Our St Patrick’s party will be going ahead on Tuesday March 17th, but will comply with guidelines and regulations. While we will have DJs playing on March 17th but we will not have our headline acts.
We have taken the decision to move our guest acts (Jedward, Mark McCabe and Edele from B*witched) to perform at our second St Patrick's Day. This event will be a full capacity event, we will add some extra surprises to make the event bigger, better and even more Irish than any other year to make up for the move. We hope you can all make one of the 2 events!
Three Sisters will still have Free Breakfast's available on both days and we are sorry for having to cap the first event and move the larger event but safety does come first.
Please stay tuned to our channels in the coming weeks for an announcement for our second date!
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