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Music / March 4, 2021

Recreate the madness of Paddy’s Day at home with The Mary Wallopers

Mary Wallopers
Music / March 4, 2021

Recreate the madness of Paddy’s Day at home with The Mary Wallopers

Words: Dylan Murphy

Pour yourself a stout of heroic proportions and lock in March 17.

The Mary Wallopers became Ireland’s streaming heroes with their homebrewed shows at the start of lockdown. Having built a pub at home, they give viewers a little taste of what it feels like to be back in a snug hoovering up creamy ones with your pals.

Today, they took to Twitter to announce their next show which will come live and direct on Paddys Day at 21.00.

“Join us in our virtual pub on paddy’s day so we can try to create an energy vortex between the closed pubs of Ireland by taking a heroic dose of stout xoxoxo”, the Dundalk trio said.

The latest show comes after a spooky performance at Halloween and a Christmas special amongst others. They’ve previously invited the likes of CMAT, Radie Peat and Junior Brother to their shows.

Watch highlights of their previous performances below:

Elsewhere, here’s the youtube user recreating the experiences of hearing the biggest tunes of 2020 from a nightclub bathroom if it weren’t for COVID-19.