AC?DC

AC?DC return to play the Arbele Lounge on Saturday 22nd April.

AC?DC have been together for nearly 30 years – forming initially to celebrate early AC/DC and the songs of their original singer Bon Scott. From the early hits like ‘TNT’ and ‘Long Way to the Top’ from the High Voltage album, through ‘Dirty Deeds’ and ‘Jailbreak’, to the fantastic ‘Let There Be Rock’ and ‘Powerage’ albums to ‘Walk all Over You’ and ‘Touch Too Much’ from the Highway to Hell album, the band play all the best Bon Scott era DC tunes in their 2 hour set.
The band have added their favourites from the ‘Back in Black’ album, ‘Shoot To Thrill’, ‘Hells’ Bells’, ‘You Shook Me All Night Long’ and of course the albums’ title track, as well as everyones’ favourite ‘Thunderstruck’.

AC?DC are looking forward to returning to the Errigle!

Tickets £10 / Doors 8.30pm

St.Patrick’s Day

Our first St Patrick’s Day since 2019.

In March 2020 on the eve of St Patrick’s Day, the bar took the difficult decision to close amid the growing COVID19 pandemic with safety for employees and customers being paramount. Due to government restrictions the bar was then closed from December 2020 until May 2021, meaning this will be the bar’s first Saint Patrick’s Day in three years.

A bumper week is planned with events like Cheltenham, Six Nations and St. Patrick’s Day itself. There will be Live Bands, Traditional sessions, DJs, Irish Dancing, a special St. Patrick’s menu, beers from local breweries, and of course a Green Beer from White Hag.

The Cheltenham Festival runs from Tuesday 15th until Gold Cup Day on Friday 18th March. Every race will be shown live with Gold Cup Day on the Big Screen in the Arbele Lounge. The £12.50 Punter’s Pack returns for the duration of the festival, which includes Two Drinks and a £5 Ladbrokes Bet. There’ll also be other promotions throughout the week.

Saturday 19th March sees the final day of this year’s Six Nations and it is all going down to the last match on the last day. The Home of Rugby will be the place to be. All three matches will be shown on the Big Screen and the Roof Garden’s 14 TV booths, Wales vs Italy at 2.15pm, Ireland vs Scotland at 4.45pm and France vs England at 8pm.