Get Your Irish On: Liverpool’s Hottest Spot Scruffy Murphy’s Celebrates St. Patrick’s Day with a Weekend of Music, Sports, and Festivities

Scruffy Murphys

Scruffy Murphys opened its doors just nine months ago in the heart of Liverpool City Centre. Just a few hundred yards away from the Cavern Quarter and on Harrington Street it has become a go to place for good music, sport and food. From locals to tourists it’s now firmly one of the hotspots in this part of town.

To celebrate their first St Patrick’s Day this year, on Friday 17th March, they have planned a “Paddys Weekender.”

St. Patrick’s Day Weekender.

Friday 17th March.

Homemade Irish Stew Available all day.

The Cheltenham festival on screens.

Live music from 2pm.

Joey from ‘them rats.’


Aiden Talbot.

The Dawn (live band.)

Dance performance at 4pm from the Loughran School of Irish Dance.


Saturday  18th March.


Chelsea v Everton live.

Ireland vs. England six nations live.

Live music 5pm till late.


Sunday 19th March.

 Arsenal v Crystal Palace live.

Rockeoke from 7pm. Rockeoke is all about a karaoke experience, but with an experienced live band, giving everyone who participates the chance to be a rock star for the night, whether as a lead singer or as part of a group.

Scruffy Murphy’s has seen AR Leisure invest significantly in the development of the site, to create the ultimate meet up place offering not only a wide selection of draught beers and ultimate drinks menu, but also the coolest entertainment zones featuring 17 screens of live sport, 2  pool tables, and iconic arcade machines including Time Crisis, Wrestlefest, Ninja Turtles, Street Fighter 2, Mortal Kombat and many more planned.

Nicola Leppert, Business Development Manager for AR Leisure comments “ We have only been open since last summer but already we have built up a great following. We look forward to this, our first, St Patrick’s Day. We decided to make a weekend of the party atmosphere with the big day falling on a Friday.”