There's something for everyone on St Patrick's Day at The Farmers, Burnage.

Manchester Irish Festival 2017

Live, Music, Sport and Disco will be the centre of Burnage's St Patrick's Day celebrations. The Farmer's Arms Pub on Burnage Lane will be turned green for the day as Manager Tony Harte, from Cork throws his doors open at 11am.

Hour by hour, the popular pub in south Manchester will celebrate everything that is good about the Emerald Isle. The first 17 customers will receive a free breakfast wrap. If you don't make it time don't worry. Irish Stew and a pint of Guinness will be sold at only a fiver. Pints of Guinness will be sold at only £2.50 a pint - right until 17.59pm.

Tony Harte said, "We really do have something for everyone on St Patrick's Day. We're delighted to welcome back popular singer / guitarist Kieran Cunningham and Quare Craic at noon. Kieran has been a massive supporter of Irish Culture for decades now. Whether it's his acting or his brilliant live, acoustic show he's entertained thousands over the years."

The south Manchester venue will also be showing the Cheltenham Festival including The Gold Cup live plus re-runs of last year's Gaelic Football and Hurling Finals. Then from 4pm, they'll be a huge Irish Disco right through till close.

Lawrence Hennigan from the Levenshulme Pub Company said, "The staff at the Farmers always throw a huge party for St Patrick's Day. This year, they've got something for everyone. It really is your non-stop Irish Party Stop!"