A Taste of Saint Patrick – The Saint Patrick Centre is launching a new evening experience based around the story of Saint Patrick involving themed dining with recipes from RTE celebrity chef and former Red Bank owner, Terry McCoy.
Guests at A Taste of Saint Patrick on Friday March 13th, at 7:30pm will be welcomed with canapes and music in the foyer and taken to Ryan’s Garden Cafe where Terry will talk about his new book, Saint Patrick’s Plate.
Guests will then be served a choice of main courses from the book and a fabuluous dessert before being taken to the Saint Patrick Centre auditorium for a preview of the centre’s new Saint Patrick Story show.
Saint Patrick’s Story is a theatrical show consisting mainly of traditional Irish music and dance produced by Belfast Hidden Tours and Unity Dance.
It brings the story of Saint Patrick to life in a stunning and stirring production featuring exceptional story tellers and musicians, along with former Riverdance and Lord of the Dance performers.
The Patrician Youth Centre will be supporting the event as a fund raiser for their organisiation and tickets are now on sale at £25 per person, which includes the meal and show. Call the Saint Patrick Centre on 028 44619000 to book your seat for A Taste of Saint Patrick today.
Terry recently had the pleasure of dropping in to Keith Finnegan in Galway Bay FM for a chat. Talking all things Galway and Saint Patrick. Have a listen and get in touch if you would like to stock the book. Thank you to Keith and to Katie in Galway Bay FM for being so welcoming.
I had a great chat this morning with Mid West Radio about the new book. It was lovely to talk to the guys, and it’s great to see the book on sale now in Westport Bookshop and in Castle Books in Castlebar… It’s a wonderful Christmas gift for family and friends! You can buy copies on the website and we’ll ship anywhere in the world. Hurry! Time is running out to ship books in time for the 25th!
Delighted to be able to share my delicious new recipe for Saint Patrick’s Eggnog! A fun video we shot at Skerries Allotments, collecting free-range eggs and then back in the kitchen making the scrumptious Christmas drink! Wishing you all a very happy Christmas… Saint Patrick’s Eggnog will make a tasty beverage, perfect for Christmas morning
Terry recently spoke to Gerry Kelly at LMFM radio in Drogheda. A fun chat with a super guy about all things Saint Patrick. Discussing connections within the book to Annagassan and Saint Patrick’s legacy through Louth on his journey north. Terry’s retirement from The Red Bank in Skerries to producing the book and all things in between. From Seaweed to Salmon, all the inspiration behind the project that has become Saint Patrick’s Plate. It’s food inspired by the Saint and his Saga. Great comments from lots of listeners.
A great little interview here with Terry and Galway Bay fm. Terry McCoy has some interesting connections to the west. This is a wonderful introduction to Galway and the west of Ireland and great to see the good word is spreading! With special thanks to Galway Bay fm for having Terry on air. Terry speaks about his history, connections to the west and the book. Details of recipes within and of course all things Saint Patrick.
Thank you all for braving the torrential rain and coming along to the book launch on Monday night. Special thanks also to Bertie Ahern who so kindly lead our discussion on stage.
With thanks also to the Lord Mayor, Paul McAuliffe, who so generously allowed us call The Mansion House home last night for a couple of hours. The Oak room is a stunning spot and we couldn’t have asked for a better location to hold our first launch.