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Festival guide

Festival guide

2022 Want to download your own PDF? Click here (but be mindful that it is almost 40MB). This year sees
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Famished: Cherry Smith

Famished: Cherry Smith

Poet and writer Cherry Smith felt a need to populate the silence left by the irish Famine's voiceless people; Famished is her expression.
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Sweet Mother

Sweet Mother

Maria Paul wrote Sweet Mother in honour of her mother, a Liverpool woman who faced intolerance for loving a Black man.
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Reroot title coard (c) Dogleap Productions.

Animatic-Animation-Action

Liverpool Irish Festival, Gael Linn and An tUltach are proud to present Dogleap Productions short film: Reroot.
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Liverpool Irish Famine Trail

Liverpool Irish Famine Trail Map

Liverpool Irish Famine Trail Map

This is an enhanced Google map, which allows users to find out more about each of the Liverpool Irish Famine
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Irish Famine Memorial

Irish Famine Memorial

23 October
A Famine Memorial Service marking 175-years since the start of the Famine in Ireland (1847-1852) with speeches and readings at the memorial.
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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

The Cultural Connectedness Exchange Network (CCEN) is an unincorporated association of Irish and Northern Irish artists and creatives, cultural providers
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