What’s On?

See our event listings for what’s coming up. #LIF2022 runs 20-30 Oct 2022!
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Invest

Seeking new opportunities to support the Irish community?
Look no further!

What’s On?

See our event listings for what’s coming up. #LIF2022 runs 20-30 Oct 2022!
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In:Visible Women

Exploring female stories to liberate identity and heritage.
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What’s On?

See our event listings for what’s coming up. #LIF2022 runs 20-30 Oct 2022!
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Famine Trail

National Lottery Heritage Fund supports the Liverpool Irish Famine Trail.
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Decorative element: Photo of Liverpool waterfront, with graphic overlay of a circle aournf the Liver Building and Cunard Building, indicating Liverpool City Council (c) Wakeyfan, Pixabay

Culture and Arts Investment Programme announcement

Cabinet releases funding to Culture Liverpool to rollover Culture and Arts Ivestment Programme funds, assisting 27 Liverpool organisations.
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Decorative element: M62 bridge to Liverpool bearing Liverpool Irish Fest, Tourism Ireland and Irish Arts Foundation logos + 3 hashtags: #GlobalGreening, #StPatricksDay and #IrishHistoryMonth

#GlobalGreening for #StPatricksDay2022

1 March marks the beginning of #IrishHistoryMonth, run by Irish Arts Foundation. Our contribution to the month is through #GlobalGreening, run in partnership with Tourism Ireland.
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Decorative element: a piece of handcrafted glass, reminiscent of a skyscape, made by Sophie Longwill

In the Window 2022 – a call for Irish makers

An exciting open call for an Irish maker (emerging or established; living or working in Ireland) to display their work, for one month 'In the Window' at the Bluecoat Display Centre as part of Liverpool Irish Festival 2022.
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Festival trustees sought

Festival trustees sought

Our Festival is a unique organisation, run by brilliant, creative, visionary people. Will you join us to help safeguard our future?
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