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CRAICCommunity Recreational Arts in Coalisland (est. 1996; Northern Ireland, UK)
CRAICCeltic Regional Arts Institute of California
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People do get up dancing, mostly people are coming in for a few pints and the craic and just listen to the music.
We used to go by the name Next Flight Out and at the end of one of our very lively concerts, an Irish friend commented that it had been "savage craic" and the name stuck.
HAVING A CRAIC: Drama pupils from Cardinal Wiseman School in Potters Green, Coventry, joining in the fun of Birmingham's St Patrick's parade, which was attended by thousands of people
Britons Alex Boardman and Nick Doody will perform at what will be the second Craic Attack show this season.
Answer to previous question: The craic is in Galway.
Although the Millennium Stadium is preparing to welcome 7,500 ticket holding Irish fans, many more are heading to Cardiff to enjoy "the craic".
"What we like about ours is it lets the crew get out into the town and have good craic with the people who support us.
Although lots of older citizens enjoy themselves safely, the craic would be even better if there were more.
CONNECTIONS appear to have found a good opportunity for Back For The Craic to open his account in the Silver Bell Maiden Chase at Leicester.
Nicky Henderson's Back For The Craic can open his account today
Dublin is a truly unique European capital city, where the dynamic Celtic Tiger meets lively craic agus ceol (fun and music).
Claire Evans has thrown down the gauntlet to every man, woman and child to take on the Irish craic with plenty of Welsh hwyl.