As St. Patrick’s Day approaches, you’re looking forward to holiday celebrations and enjoying the company of others. Did you know that legend says that each leaf of the clover means something: the first is for hope, the second for faith, the third for love and the fourth for luck?
Pub Crawl For Luck
St. Patrick’s Day has many traditions. Beer is one of the most prevalent. Pub crawls originated in England during the late nineteenth century. Drinks were a form of bonding with peers and having a grand old time. Using trivia as a corporate team building activity arose from the world of pub quiz nights.
Casual drinks with a coworker can increase conversation and create a more personal relationship. During a Pub Crawl Scaventure, you’re taught to be your own drink enthusiasts, trivia fanatics and smart skeptics.
Each crawl revolves around the concept of celebrating one another. If work has been straining on you, what feels better than a company social? The best part of the pub crawl is the level of creativity you can utilize. If you’re in Boston, you can stick to a Boston sports team theme, or base your crawl on historical roots.
If beer isn’t the right fit for you, there are other ways to celebrate this St. Patrick’s Day!
If you’re looking for a more stationary St. Patty’s Day activity, Finnegan’s Wake is an excellent alternative. Sit back and relax as your team enjoys this hilarious romp of a dinner show. In the tradition of an Irish wake, you may or may not be drinking but these characters definitely are. Ballads, rowdy comedy, and outrageous reels bring flair to this colorful production.
The best of interactive dinner entertainment, seasoned actor/comedians facilitate this evening of Celtic wit and merriment. You’ll also have a chance to help console the poor widow, as this show is full of opportunities for audience participation. A perfect opportunity to practice your in-the-moment thinking, the hilarious anecdotes your team invents will be talking points for weeks.