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Front covers of Festival Reviews

Front covers of Festival Reviews

Since 2016, the Liverpool Irish Festival has written an in depth review of the year before (an annual report, if you will). The review focusses on the reach, range and experience its work provides. This is a critical document for understanding our work, who we reach and where our weak points are. Whilst we are extremely proud of the work we do, we know there is always more to learn. This helps us do that.

For instance, in 2018, we reached 32 of 40 residential post codes in Liverpool. Which are the eight missing and how can we address this? Why do we attract more women than men and is this bad thing? We managed a press reach of 26m – how?

Below you will find links to the reviews we have written, complete with feedback from audiences. We use these documents with our funders, stakeholders and partners. They show the range of information we collect and work we undertake to understand you and impact our work has.

If you would like to discuss anything from any of our Festival Reviews, please contact us on [email protected]


 

Iris Murdoch

Philosophy by postcard

Philosophy by Postcard is a project that marks the centenary of the birth of Iris Murdoch. It is an international public philosophy event to mark Iris Murdoch’s centenary. Irish postal services An Post have issued a commemorative stamp to honour the Dublin-born, Booker Prize winning writer and philosopher. They are working with UK-based philosophers -Dr […]

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Place your advert with the Liverpool Irish Festival

The Liverpool Irish Festival brings Liverpool and Ireland closer together using arts and culture. You can use this creative outlet to place your company advert. We print and place 14,000 newspapers in communities who are interested in Liverpool, Liverpool Irish and Irish people, business, history, tourism, and culture. Our newsaper is also broadcast online to […]

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Eithne Browne tree-huggging at Sefton Park Palm House (c) Naomi McAllister

Join us for Quirky Cabaret: Celtic Crossings

To mark her unveiling as the new Liverpool Irish Festival patron, Liverpool Irish Actor, Eithne Browne launches Quirky Cabaret: Celtic Crossings, a night of music, song and laughter.  Celebrating her paternal Irish connection -with songs and stories inspired by Ireland- Quirky Cabaret will take place at Sefton Park Palm House on Sun 18 Aug at […]

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Fly The Flag

Fly The Flag is a global project running 24-30 June 2019 to mark the 70th anniversary of the signing of the Universal Declaration on Human Rights. Why and how are we involved? Liverpool Irish Festival is flying the flag in the hope of celebrating universal human rights and positively connecting with Irish diaspora audiences, globally, […]

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Irish government consults on Diaspora Policy review

The Irish Government released a ground-breaking, world-leading Diaspora Policy (read it here) in 2015. In short, the Government laid out a strategy to involve Irish diaspora groups in the life of the island of Ireland. It aims to make welcome groups and individuals who have been -or felt- excluded. After three+ years of implementation, the […]

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River Festival 2019

The River Festival returns this summer with a bounty of treasures for landlubbers and seafarers alike. Liverpool Irish Festival are proud to have been recommissioned by Culture Liverpool to produce events for this showcase. We have a raft of music on board La Malouine, a series of dance delights for the Martin Luther King Jnr […]

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‘In the Window’ seeks Irish artists for #LIF2019 storytelling display

In past years Liverpool Iirish Festival have worked with the Bluecoat Display Centre to display an Irish artist’s work, for the month of October, in a rolling programme the centre runs called ‘In the Window’. This year, we are collaborating more closely to select an artist in line with the Liverpool Irish Festival‘s theme of […]

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Anna Adelma selfie with LIF2018 Team lanyard

Vouching for volunteering

Each year, the Liverpool Irish Festival recruits a team of volunteers. They are the lifeblood of the festival. They help audiences feel welcome, share the story of the festival and build a community that values arts, culture and Irishness. Occasionally, we design roles specifically for someone who comes to us with an area of work […]

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Greening the City - Mersey Tunnel Ventilation Shaft 2018 - web

Call: Go Green for St Patrick’s Day

Light the way in celebration! Marking the great influence Ireland has had on our city – and honouring its significance – the Liverpool Irish Festival are asking friends across Liverpool and the city region to ‘Green the City’ in honour of the the Emerald Isle! Connected to an international programme of Global Greening (which has […]

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#LIF2018; the inside scoop – a volunteer’s eye view

Here at #LIF2018 HQ we are so involved in delivering the festival, it can be difficult to understand what it means to others and how it is being received. Fortunately, this year, we have the inimitable Beth Stevens on our volunteer team, who has written an in depth feature for her Blog – All the […]

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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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