Irish Groups in Charleston

Irish Groups in Charleston

Charleston Irish

This is our group. Primarily for the Irish citizens of Charleston, but all with an interest in Ireland are welcome. Learn more about what we do.

Charleston Hurling Club

Brendan Dagg, from Offaly, founded the hurling club. They practice twice a week, play tournaments around the SouthEast. They host the Holy City Cup every April. Camogie and Gaelic football players are welcome too.

Uibh Fhaili Academy of Irish Dance


Cait runs this Irish dancing school

Celtic Music in Charleston

Celtic Music

Catherine Kinder runs this group who meet up and play Irish music. The Celt Pub runs trad sessions on Tuesday. Best to call ahead and confirm before heading out.

Charleston Celtic Soccer

This is the men's soccer team. Made of mostly Irish players. There's also some pick up games played.


A lot of our group play golf. Nothing formal, but if you want to find some fellow Irish to play with golf with, contact us.

Irish Bars & Restaurants

We have our regular bars where we meet up. Some are Irish themed, some not. They deserve their own page.

Set Up Your Own Group

Don't see what you're looking for here? Let's set up a group for it.

Consulate General of Ireland, Atlanta 1 404 554 4980

We have a wide range of consular services that we provide for Irish citizens. We provide consular assistance to Irish citizens in emergencies.

I think it's a good idea to put their number in your phone now.

Read more about the Irish Government representation in the US here

Honorary Consul of Ireland, Charleston, South Carolina +1 843 720 2044

Brian Duffy is the Honorary Consul for Charleston.

Irish and Irish American Studies- College of Charleston

Professor Joe Kelly is the Program Direction for this. They bring in an excellent variety of Irish speakers and musicians. I highly recommend that you sign up for their newsletter to hear of upcoming events.

Ancient Order of Hibernians

The Ancient Order of Hibernians in America is a Catholic, Irish American Fraternal Organization

South Carolina Irish Historical Society

They meet quarterly at Tommy Condon's. You have to prove Irish heritage to join.

Hibernian Society

They meet at Hibernian Hall. It originally was an Irish society, but you don't have to be Irish to join now. I hear there is a long waiting list to join.

Charleston Pipe Band

The Charleston Pipe Band is an award-winning bagpipe and drum band.