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See our event listings for what’s coming up. #LIF2023 runs 19-29 Oct 2023!
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In:Visible Women

Exploring female stories to liberate identity and heritage.
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See our event listings for what’s coming up. #LIF2023 runs 19-29 Oct 2023!
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Famine Trail

National Lottery Heritage Fund supports the Liverpool Irish Famine Trail.
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The Curious Disappearance of Mr Foo - podcast

The Curious Disappearance of Mr Foo – podcast

The Curious Disappearance of Mr Foo is a story based on the forced deportation of Chinese seamen from Liverpool, in 1946, using verbatim Liverpool Chinatown oral histories, recorded in 2013.
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Brigid

Brigid

Maria Crean -artist and storyteller- gives us her 'hot takes 'on Brigid, celebrated Goddess and Saint, in time for St Brigid's Day (1 Feb).
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Macha - illustration with ravens and horse (c) Maria Crean (detail only)

Call for Irish work

Paid creative call for work relating to Irish folklore and langauge. £1,000 fund available for suitable project.
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Festival Review

Liverpool Irish Festival creates an annual Festival Review to mark the successes, lessons and statistics we produce via our work.
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Liverpool Irish Famine Trail

Liverpool Irish Famine Trail Map

Liverpool Irish Famine Trail Map

Use this page to digitally navigate the Liverpool Irish Famine Trail, look at images and read the fascinating histories of each site.
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Liverpool Irish Famine Trail

Liverpool Irish Famine Trail

The Great Hunger/An Gorta Mór, changed the shape of Britain’s society, particularly here in England's North West. Walk the history with us.
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Decorative element: photo pf two books entitled 'Revive'

Liverpool Irish Famine Trail: Revive

Historical, bold and purposeful, Liverpool Irish Famine Trail: Revive revisits and revives the Liverpool Irish Famine Trail.
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Cultural Connectedness Exchange Network

CCEN is a network of Irish/Northern Irish artists & creatives; cultural providers & commissioners, collaborating for better representation.
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