They’re falling clover! St Patrick’s Day revellers enjoy maybe a pint or two too many of the black stuff as celebrations stretch late into the night

  • Revellers across the country celebrated St Patrick’s Day in full for the first time in years due to the pandemic
  • Partygoers were pictured donning their best Ireland-inspired outfits such as Guinness hats and clover glasses
  • Others looked worse for wear after too many pints of the black stuff while partying stretched into the night

St. Patrick’s Day celebrations stretched well into the night across the country as revellers made sure to make up for Covid-hampered partying over the last two years. 

Clubbers were seen laughing, dancing and drinking in the streets while dressed in their best emerald green outfits to mark the traditionally boozy celebration.

The streets of London, Leeds, Nottingham, Cheltenham and other parts of the country were filled with revellers with Guinness hats and shamrock headbands to mark the occasion while others jubilantly waved Irish flags.

Even those who weren’t wearing it on their head raised a pint of the black stuff – one of Ireland’s most famous exports – to toast St Patrick, the nation’s foremost patron saint.

It marked the first time Brits were able to celebrate St Patrick’s Day since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic which meant events were hampered or cancelled altogether over the past two years.

Not everyone was having the best time though as some revellers looked a little worse for wear after indulging in one too many pints of Guinness. 

St. Patrick’s Day celebrations stretched well into the night across the country as revellers made sure to make up for Covid-hampered partying. Pictured: two women dressed in green and gold celebrate St Patrick’s Day in Cheltenham

St Patrick’s Day coincided with the Cheltenham Festival this year meaning many revellers were dressed as jockeys 

Some revellers brought Irish flags out with them to mark nation’s patron saint day like this group of friends in Leeds

Donned in their finest Guinness hats, it was all smiles for these ladies celebrating St Paddy’s Day in Leeds city centre


Going all the way: Some clubbers went all out to look the part for St Patrick’s Day in Newcastle city centre last night

Clubbers were seen laughing, dancing and drinking in the streets while dressed in their best emerald green outfits to mark the traditionally boozy celebration. Pictured: Three ladies wearing Guinness hats enjoyed a night out in Leeds city centre

One too many: The celebrations got a bit much for some in Newcastle where one reveller saw the booze get the better of him


Celebrating in style: Friends were pictured celebrating St Patrick’s Day in Newcastle City Centre on March 17

In London, thousands of revellers lined the streets wearing their finest St Patrick’s Day headgear. Pictured: friends in Soho

Snack time: Some partygoers headed to McDonalds in Leeds city centre after enjoying St Patrick’s Day celebrations

Pictured: This group of friends wore matching green tutus to represent Ireland while celebrating in Leeds city centre

Green was the theme of the day as pub goers looked to look the part while celebrating the Emerald Isle on St Patrick’s Day

A pair of friends enjoy a night out in Leeds wearing emerald green outfits and clover glasses to mark St Patrick’s Day

Pictured: Three revellers celebrated St Patrick’s Day in Soho, London, dressed in green and wearing Leprechaun headbands

Pictured: Revellers celebrate St Patrick’s Day and the Cheltenham Festival in Newcastle’s Bigg Market last night

Revellers in Newcastle city centre on Thursday evening dress up while visiting the pubs and bars to celebrate St Patrick’s Day


Some clubbers went to more effort than others to look the part donning clover printed suits and leprechaun-style tailcoat

Pictured: Friends dressed up in Irish rugby shirts and green jumpers took their stuffed leprechaun out for a drink in Leeds

Pictured: Partygoers in Leeds  looked the part while they were out celebrating St Patrick’s Day in the city centre last night

Fancy a lift? This couple were pictured in Guinness hats enjoying St Patrick’s Day celebrations in Leeds city centre last night

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