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Family fun for half term

It’s half term in Liverpool, and there’s plenty of family friendly activity to look forward to at Liverpool Irish Festival. This Saturday join us at Museum of Liverpool for our annual Family Day. With craft activities, plays, monologues, music and dance; tours of Irish artefacts; screenings, talks; storytelling and a raft of fun things to […]

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Treading the boards

Theatre is a huge part of Liverpool Irish Festival, especially with so many stories to be told and incredible Liverpool and Irish writers to tell them. There’s compelling tales of history, of 1916 and The Troubles, of laughter, surrealism, of strong women and gamechangers, and, of course, a play inspired by Stephen Nolan. Liverpool and […]

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Kíla to play only UK Autumn gig at #LIF2018

Celebrating their 30th year in 2018, one of Ireland’s biggest acts, Kíla, play their only Autumn UK event at Liverpool Irish Festival.  “One of the most beautifully euphoric live experiences” BBC World Review “Softly spoken off stage and complete lunatics on it, Kíla have torn up the rulebook with their wantonly eclectic mix of styles, […]

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Festival newspaper being released

LIF2018 HQ are excited to announce that our festival newspaper is soon to drop! It is due to land in venues week commencing Mon 8 Oct 2018. With updates to the brochure – including schedule updates, the addition of our TG4 Liverpool Irish Live Playalongs and editorial corrections – plus a Lizzie Nunnery (To Have […]

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The Guilty Feminist lineup at #LIF2018

DEBORAH FRANCES-WHITE’S FILM “SAY MY NAME” INCLUDED IN PRESTIGIOUS CARDIFF FILM FESTIVAL. Say My Name is the movie written by Guilty Feminist host Deborah Frances-White. It was filmed in Wales by Jay Stern and produced by Lisa Brenner for Electric Entertainment last year and has been selected for inclusion by the prestigious Cardiff Film Festival […]

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