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St Paddy's Day: What's on in Northern Ireland

Northern IrelandBy Jamie McDowell
Anna Henry
Anna Henry

Portglenone beauty Anna Henry has showed she’s up for the ‘craic’ on Tuesday for St Paddy’s Day celebrations.

She indulged in a little relaxation and pampering at the Culloden Health Spa before getting ready to party. 

In Belfast, the official parade will begin at City Hall before 'snaking' its way around the city for the annual festival at Custom House Square, where there will be music and fun for all the family.

In Downpatrick, the final resting place of the Saint, The Archbishop of Canterbury will be paying a special visit to Down Cathedral. 

He will also lay a wreath at St Patrick's grave.

Armagh City will mark the end of a six-day festival with a bang as a  carnival procession makes it's way towards the family fun day and concert events. The parade starts at Palace Demesne at 1.00pm.

In Derry, a parade will set off from the council headquarters at 2.30pm.

At 1.30pm in Enniskillen, a family fun day at Broadmeadow  kicks off festivities, culminating in parade trough the town at 3.30pm.

Omagh will celebrate the day with an open air concert in the town's High Street, starting at 1.00pm.

The festival of colour will begin at the Quays shopping centre in Newry at 12.00pm, with Irish dancing and live street theatre.