We’ve invited some of our favourite Irish artists in electronic music for a night of sounds, mayhem and the macabre this Halloween. Sefton Park Palm House will play host to some of the most coveted artists in Ireland’s Electronica scene for the occult ceremony of Samhain. Boxcutter and SertOne are confirmed along with villainous entities […]
Think you know Irish folk music? Think again. Liverpool Irish Festival and Static Gallery invite you to a night of music that you’ll never forget. Featuring the irrepressible Jinx Lennon, one of the most contemporary and cutting edge Irish folk singers around and one of Ireland’s top drummers Rarely Seen Above Ground (R.S.A.G) this night […]
One Saw Doctor, One Waterboy A special night of music as part of this year’s Festival. Saw Doctor Leo Moran and Waterboy Anthony Thistlethwaite have put together an intimate two hour acoustic show featuring stripped down unplugged versions of Saw Doctors hits such as Red Cortina, Clare Island and Same Oul’ Town. “The Leo & […]
We’ve got some great acts heading to the city for the Liverpool Irish Festival. And you can book tickets right now from www.liverpoolphil.com There’s more to come but here are the ones on sale right now …. On the opening night it’s Moxie, five young Irish musicians inspiring audiences and the music establishment with their […]
In a first for the Liverpool Irish Festival in 2014 it will celebrate Gaelic Football with a tournament at Wavertree’s Mystery Park. Men’s and women’s 7 a-side University and club teams from across the North-West will battle it out for the title. An exciting hurling match will also take place between Liverpool club Wolfe Tones […]
Liverpool Irish Festival and Tramp Press, Dublin will present a very special event at this year’s festival to mark the centenary of James Joyce’s Dubliners (1914). The new Irish publishing company Tramp Press commissioned 15 short stories inspired by the originals. Editor Thomas Morris (The Stinging Fly) conceived the idea with Tramp Press and produced […]
Five beautifully animated tales, translated by Seamus Heaney from medieval Scots fables, are to be screened at Picturehouse at FACT in an English première as part of the Liverpool Irish Festival.