Entertainment

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pubmusicThere is plenty of entertainment to be had in Trim. You can enjoy a pint of Guinness while listening to some Traditional Irish Music in one of the many pubs or maybe enjoy some local cuisine in one of Trim’s many restaurants or hotels.

Marcie Regans:
A small, traditional pub beside St Peter’s Bridge claims to be Ireland’s second-oldest. It’s a no frills kind of place just steeped in old world atmosphere. There’s often a traditional music session on Friday nights.

Kiely’s:
Traditional style pub. Hop in for a pint.

The Bounty Bar:
The Bounty Bar Accommodation is in an ideal location resting beside the River Boyne and next door to Trim Castle. Live Traditional Music every weekend.

jamesgriffithJames Griffin:
The James Griffin, known locally as Lenihans. This pub is one of the oldest and the last remaining traditional pubs in Meath, having opened its doors in 1904. Traditional music on Monday and Wednesday nights, DJ/Live Bands all weekend.

The Judge & Jury:
The Judge and Jury, or simply called “the Judge” by the locals is located across the street from the Meath County Courthouse (hence the name).

The Priory Inn:
The Priory Inn live music venue with a host of top acts and performers performing here weekly.

Lynches:
Traditional style pub with live music every Sunday.

Sally Rogers:
Traditional style pub with live music.

McCormicks:
Traditional style pub with live music.

The Old Stand:
Traditional Irish Pub with live music every weekend.