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Posted Thursday, May 12, 2005
Living up to its reputation for lively Sunday entertainment and recreating something of the spirit and atmoshere of a traditional pub in Ireland the Shamrock will feature the Sydney Irish Ceili Dancers as part of the craic this Sunday. The group will dance up a storm between the songs, choruses and floor spots and you're invited. Fast becoming one of Sydney's top "Irish" venues the best part is it's free, easy to get to and they pour a great Guinness.
Take the north shore line and alight at Waitara Station. Exit left into Alexandra Parade and the Shamrock Inn (part of Asquith Leagues Club) is 100 yards on the left and you don’t need to be a member to come along. If you're driving there's plenty of parking too. There are also BBQ facilities on offer or very reasonably priced hearty meals from the Bistro.
If you’re interested in a floor spot you can just turn up with your instrument/voice or phone Pam 9489 5786 prior to the day to avoid disappointment. For info, send an email.
Irish Sundays every 1st & 3rd Sunday (12-3pm)Irish sessions every 1st & 3rd Tuesday (7.30-10pm)