THE SHENANIGANS HISTORY
Some 20 years ago, Shenanigans, formerly known as The Quiet Man Irish Cultural Centre was founded by Seamus Farrell originally a native of county Laois and professor of English at Barcelona University who saw the opportunity to develop a meeting place for both Irish residents and visitors to the city. The centre was an immediate success and thanks to Seamus·s foresight became a showpiece for Irish cultural events which was also very much welcomed by the Barcelona natives. Seamus loved boats ,in particular the Irish curach and played an active part in developing a race for these boats in Barcelona Harbour. He engaged the Irish Pub Company to develop and fit out the premises and they developed what is one the finest examples of an Irish pub type interior in Spain to this day.
Wednesday to Saturday from 6pm until 2am
C/ Marqués de Barberà 11
(just off La Rambla)