Charting her experiences at Liverpool Irish Festival's, Limerick-playwright Carrie Barrett, examines and shares her experiences.
Writer, Caelainn Hogan, reflects on The McAleese Report at 10; as Ireland's redress scheme for institutions, schools and laundries continues.
Dr Ó Donghaile considers The Ballad of Reading Gaol , 125-years after its release, and what it can tell us about our society.
Northern Irish printmaker and painter -Martin McCoy- looks back on his #LIF2022 exhibition, Sweeney's Unquiet Islands, one year on.
A dinosaur egg find aniversary prompts Irish language enthusiast, Alan O Raighne, to think about language and connection with heritage.
#LIF2023 Chair and musician, John Chandler, takes readers through the trad sessions avaiable across Liverpool (Aug 2023).
Director Connor Richmond talks about winning a Festival commission to make his short film, Reroot; plus the journey it has been on in a year.
Liverpool Irish Festival seeks Festival Coordinator to help deliver our outstanding events programme and online work.
What makes a 'Music CIty'? Kev McManus -Head of UNESCO City of Music- ought to know. Here, he tell us what Music Cities mean to him.
Anniveraries are often marked by poems, and vice versa. Catherine Harvey takes us on a poetic journey of commemoration.
Thomas Ryan, Conradh Na Gaeilge Learpholl, reflects on the legacy left by friend, peer and fellow Gael, Tony Birtill.
Barry Hazley (Derby Fellow, University of Liverpool ) describes the importance of the Mac Lua Archive in presenting British Irish diaspora stories.