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Plenty of fun happening this St Paddy’s Day in Albany, to be sure

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Tara Academy of Irish Dance students' with local musician Bruce Beamish.
Camera IconTara Academy of Irish Dance students' with local musician Bruce Beamish. Credit: Laurie Benson

Tara Academy of Irish Dance members will put their best feet forward on St Patrick’s Day for a night of fun and frivolity at the Albany Club.

Authentic Irish dances will be performed from 4.30pm tomorrow to celebrate Irish culture.

At 6.30pm, local musician Bruce Beamish will take to the stage to keep the party going.

Lucy Fernandez, who started the academy in 2000, said the event would show just how much the group’s youngest members loved their Irish dancing.

Elsewhere in Albany, the Earl of Spencer Historic Inn will be hosting a St Patrick’s Day celebration with live music from The Shantililliesand The Numbats.

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The Earl will be serving gammon and eggs, lamb stew pies, and chocolate Guinness cake to mark the occasion.

Six Degrees, meanwhile, is promising live music, green beer, and “shenanigans” from 6pm Wednesday.

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