There's a whole host of events taking place across the region to celebrate all that is Irish and we have picked out seven of the best for you to choose from.
Where will you be celebrating? Enjoy a St Patrick Day bottomless brunch on Saturday and Sunday including bottomless drinks - with Guinness, Prosecco, selected beer, cocktails and soft drinks - over a two hour time slot. On Saturday you can watch the Six Nations rugby match between Wales and Ireland from 3.45pm and there is live Irish music from 10pm. On Sunday Guinness is 4.20 all day. There will be a themed weekend with Guinness mobile bars, competitions and the 6 Nations Final on Saturday, March 16, - on top of its variety of delicious street food. Celebrate St Patrick's Day at Yates with Guinness only 1.99 a pint. This is in the top ten places across Britain to celebrate St Patricks Day. Every year they serve up a Guinness Stew with a chunk of bread and all weekend Guinness is 3.50. This classic Irish pub, in the city centre, is promising a 'mighty craic with the best Guinness in town' from noon until 11pm on Sunday. Enjoy the music of The Shovels on Saturday, March 16, from 9.30p, Entry is free.