Celebrating Gypsy, Romani and Travellers 'Life, Love and Laments' runs at Museum of Liverpool until 22 June 2021. Read related interviews.
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.
Playing the National Lottery during National Lottery Open Week (19-27 March 2022)? Show us your ticket and we'll enter you in to a raffle.
3-min film commission (open call) to focus on the Festival's work on the revitalisation of the Liverpool Irish Famine Trail. Deadline extended to 9am, Mon 31 Jan 2022.
Information relating to the Irish Government's announcement that there is to be a Mother and Baby Institution survivors payment and medical card Action Plan.
A coalition statement from Liverpool's arts and culture organisations against racism stirred by the attack on Rememberance Sunday at the Liverpool Women's Hospital.
A tribute to Festival Board member Tony Birtill, from friend and colleague Tom Ryan, following his passing on 21 Oct 2021.
Aknowledging the speakers and artists we have worked with directly in 2021 and thanking the many more that have contributed.
The Pride of Sefton is a widebeam canal boat owned by The Sovini Group and used by community and charity groups and run by volunteers.
The Mersey Mash is a collection of Festival based interviews, a live screening and online film documenting Liverpool's Irish lives.
After two years of preparation, the Festival was -in June 2021- awarded National Lottery Heritage Funds to start reviving the city’s historic Irish Famine Trail.
From Ireland, to Liverpool -and across the world- exchange celebrates that which brings us closer or drives us apart; to consider identity, heritage and play.