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The Merry Ploughboy Pub Dublin, is the home of the Merry Ploughboys and hosts Ireland's premier show of Irish music and dance. Such is the popularity of the show that no other venue in Ireland runs as many shows throughout the year.

This impressive number of annual performances attests to the enjoyment of the audiences both from home and overseas. Whether they are return visitors or first timers to the Merry Ploughboy, a great night is always guaranteed.

The fact that Dublin's top ballad group, the Merry Ploughboys are the owners of the Merry Ploughboy Pub, brings a unique dimension to the venue. It is the the only one of its kind in Ireland, a place where professional performers own and run the venue.


Besides their long experience and highest standards of hospitality and cuisine, the owners ensure the integrity and independence of the Irish music performed. Indeed, the Merry Ploughboys always take immense pleasure from their own nightly performances and make sure everyone else in the room does too! A fantastic Irish dancing interval performance completes the overall Irish cultural experience that is the Merry Ploughboy Traditional Nights.

The Merry Ploughboy Pub is located
is in Rockbrook, Rathfarnham at the foot of the Dublin Mountains. The venue is about twenty minutes drive from Dublin city centre. Further details, directions and booking arrangements are available on the the Merry Ploughboy Pub website


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