Celebrate St Patrick – St Patrick’s RC Cathedral: Saturday 7 March, 8.00pm

Join composer and presenter John Anderson as he conducts a reflective and celebratory event honouring St Patrick. Set in the magnificent St Patrick’s RC Cathedral, choirs from all over the island and further afield will join together in a unique evening of music and spoken word.

A limited number of audience seats priced £5 are available through The Market Place Theatre Box Office. Please note that these seats may have restricted views and the event will be recorded for future broadcast and marketing purposes.

Celebrating St Patrick with Armagh Cathedrals Partnership – The Market Place Theatre: Wednesday 11 March, 7.30pm

Free but booking essential through The Market Place Theatre

Armagh Cathedrals Partnership invite you to a special evening of music, story, poetry and prayer to celebrate St Patrick. The guest speaker will be Rev Ruth Patterson who has been a Presbyterian Minister for many years and she has been deeply committed to peace and reconciliation in Northern Ireland.  She was the first woman to be ordained a minister in Ireland and she has authored a number of books and articles stemming from her commitment to unity and peace. It promises to be a very special evening as we celebrate the St Patrick’s Festival in Armagh and light refreshments will be served afterwards.

St Patrick’s Lecture – The Market Place Theatre: Friday 13 March, 1pm -2pm

Free but booking essential through The Market Place Theatre

Prior to St Patrick’s Day, Archbishop Eamon Martin and Dean Gregory Dunstan, will give the annual St Patrick’s Lecture and they will speak on “Patrick as a model for reconciliation today”. All are welcome!

St Patrick’s Vigil – St Patrick’s Cathedrals: Monday 16 March – commencing at the COI Cathedral at 9pm with prayer. Visitors will then be led in torchlight to the RC Cathedral where we will conclude with prayer. Light refreshments will be served in the Synod Hall after this event. All are welcome to join.