Celebrate St Patrick’s Day In Style At The Roof Gardens

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Sponsored Post: Enjoy the luck of the Irish on Saturday 16th March, 100ft above Kensington High Street, as The Roof Gardens opens its doors in preparation for St Patrick’s Day at the Club. Guests will be able to enjoy drinks, music and a BBQ for an afternoon like no other.

In addition, guests can enjoy the Six Nations Rugby Games which will be screened LIVE in the exclusive marquee situated in the Tudor Garden. The day will kick-off with Italy v Ireland at 2.30pm followed by Wales v England at 5pm and to finish will be France v Scotland at 8pm.

Tickets are £15 which includes entry and a snack BBQ*. The Bar will open from 12pm until 9pm**. A DJ is set to entertain throughout the day in the main clubhouse and Guinness and Black Velvet Cocktails will be available at the cash bar to serve as the perfect accompaniment for the Irish-inspired festivities.

Tickets can be purchased on http://www.ticketweb.co.uk/event/37887

In 2012 The Roof Gardens was the first ever club to be awarded ‘Best Live Music Venue’ at The London Club Awards. Up against strong competition, The Roof Gardens was chosen as the winner by an esteemed judging panel that included Mark Armstrong and the singer Paul Young.

The live music nights include both new and established talent, who will be performing exclusive sets every Friday and Saturday evening from 7pm in the picturesque marquee situated in the Tudor garden. The Live music program runs until March 2013.

March 1st – Taxirun – headlining act

March 8th Times Red Headlining the gig (http://www.timesred.com/) with their EP launch and Stacey Jackson

March 9th – Express Music Showcase act

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