The Windmill presents:
IT'S ALWAYS SUNNY ON ST PADDY'S NIGHT
Entry Requirements: 18+
**This is now SOLD OUT. There'll be NO tickets on the door"
This year on Friday 17 March we’ll be transforming the Windmill into everyone’s favourite Philadelphia bar - Paddy’s Pub - to celebrate St Patrick’s Night.
We'll have an It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia-style TALENT SHOW featuring live covers of Irish artists from Thin Lizzy to Bewitched, from Ronan Keating to The Rubber Bandits and The Corrs to The Clancy Brothers with members of our favourite bands such as Dead Pretties, Fish and HMLTD putting on their best Irish accents.
Plus there'll be a set from Dublin trio BITCH FALCON who are getting a lot of buzz over in Ireland for their dirty rock sound. they'll also be doing something completely different for their entry in the Talent Show, Check them out here:
Other activities include a freeform IRISH DANCING COMPETITION and other It’s Always Sunny shenanigans.
And of course the place will be decked out in the most lurid green decor we can find and the Guinness will be flowing!
Dress Code: Green (Man) Adm: £5adv From 8pm to Late
Two years on from an initial explosive emergence, the Dublin-based three-piece haven’t so much discovered their voice as relentlessly refined it. If anything, they relish in sharp declarations, their signature sound always moving forward even when throwing a nod to the past.
The aesthetic is raw, even a touch frenzied, yet the chaos is controlled in a ferocious through line that harnesses the strongest elements of rock, grunge, metal, hardcore and melodic electro-pop. Through it all, Bitch Falcon make this busy mix sing in a distinctive, once-heard-not-forgotten voice.
Pulsating tracks like ‘Wolfstooth’, ‘Breed’, ‘TMJ’ and ‘Clutch’ speak to a band unwilling to sit still and stay quiet. These are songs of punch, grit and verve. Up close and personal, they make an even greater impact as the band’s deserved reputation as one of Ireland’s most engaging live prospects comes to the fore.
In their short time together, the trio have shared the stage with the likes of Fucked Up, Torche, The ZZZ’s, Glen Hansard, Fight Like Apes, No Spill Blood and Red Enemy, unapologetically stealing the spotlight at every turn.
After a busy 2016 where they stormed the stages of Body & Soul, Indiependence, Knockanstockan & Electric Picnic, Bitch Falcon will finish the year off with an appearance at HWCH 2016 along with couple of other surprises to be announced soon.
“Kicks a whole load of tight rhythmic ass and that’s enough.”- Nialler9
“Whatever ‘it’ is, Bitch Falcon have it.”- Una Mullally, The Irish Times
“One of the best Irish bands around.” - Dan Hegarty, 2FM
“An unforgettable name and a sound so heavy it could cause earthquakes.” – GoldenPlec
"Kicks more ass than a Dr Marten-clad Kraken." - Hot Press
“One of the most exciting bands doing the rounds.” – State Magazine