Boozy St Patrick’s Day revellers paint the town green as they hit pubs and bars across UK for all-night celebrations | The Sun

BOOZED-up Brits kicked off St Patrick's day celebrations in style as they packed out pubs and bars across the UK.

Revellers decorated towns and cities green in their best Irish-themed attire and partied the night away.

Partygoers in the North turned Newcastle's Bigg Market into a sea of green as hit the town.

Two women wore matching cloverleaf sunglasses, with one donning an Irish rugby shirt.

Friends were happy to pose for the camera and show off their efforts, with one reveller choosing to wear a crocodile onesie.

In London, the streets of Soho were paved green as people came out in force to enjoy the occasion in the capital.

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One woman was both stylish and sensible wearing a silky green mini dress and fur coat to keep the evening chill at bay.

Celebrations in Nottingham saw some spectacular efforts, with one man choosing to go all out and dress up as a Leprechaun.

Whilst a group of women chose to wear matching t-shirts and striped green socks to mark the occasion.

Elsewhere, in Leeds revellers wore Guinness top hats and some even dressed up as pints of the dry Irish stout.

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And in Liverpool, clubbers dressed up as Leprechauns, complete with matching beards, while others wore headbands flying the Irish flag.

Despite the chilly weather, the crowds made the most of the evening and partied well into the early hours.

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