Letting the PPN know about plans for St. Patrick’s Festival, which is taking place from 12th to 17th March. This year, we want to ensure that everyone across Ireland has access to our national celebrations, especially during this very challenging and isolating time. We would be really grateful if you could help us spread the message about how to access this year’s Festival.
Our programme this year promises to be a positive and uplifting celebration of our incredible people, our beautiful island, our community bonds, our young people, artists, creators and makers, and our diaspora across the world. More than 100 free events will be broadcast globally over 6 days and nights on St. Patrick’s Festival TV (SPF TV), a dedicated online TV channel at stpatricksfestival.ie https://stpatricksfestival.ie/ and simultaneously streaming on rte.ie/culture. https://www.rte.ie/culture/
We are also very proud to be broadcasting this year’s St. Patrick’s Festival events to over 1.1 million homes across Ireland on Oireachtas TV, bringing the Festival to those who are not digitally inclined or do not have internet access. Oireachtas TV can be found on all TV provider platforms in Ireland, Saorview Channel 22, Virgin Media Channel 207, Sky Channel 517, eir Vision Channel 504, and Vodafone Channels 201, 207 and 208. ISL and captioning will be available on most of our programmes. The full event guide will be available from Thursday 11 March at www.stpatricksfestival.ie https://stpatricksfestival.ie/
We would be thrilled if you could help get the word out to your networks and communities; any support you can give us is much appreciated
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