Cristina Michailovici offers a poem to St Patrick's Day, which uses the shamrock's emerald hue as a focus for environmental change.
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).
Christmas office closure dates and a handful of festive phrases and activities for children to add to their cards or tree.
Call for Irish work
Paid creative call for work relating to Irish folklore and langauge. £1,000 fund available for suitable project.
National arts funding and us
Post responding to the 4 Nov 2022 Arts Council England announcement regarding application decisions for entry to the national portfoio organisation 3-year investment programme.
When the pipes were calling
A short coastal story, from Barbara Marsh, to strike up some nostalgia and recall the pipes of Ireland, calling out to her people...
Dom Phillips – A tribute
Patsy Connor, Liverpool Irish Festival Trustee, remembers her friend and Bebbington-born journalist/environmentalist Dom Phillips.
The transformations of Brigid
Judy Mazonowicz considers St Brigid'stransformations in the context of ‘hunger’ and the Irish Government's bank holiday investiture.
A new story for mummers
The Armagh Rhymers have become a major hit at the Liverpool Irish Festival. Here they tell us about their new Liverpool story.
The Story of Cain
Trev Fleming introduces us to the infamous Robert Cain, ahead of a series of tours developed for #LIF2022.
Arrivals/Departures: Fion Gunn
Fion Gunn's Irishness is a mainstay of her work, being an Irish diaspora artist working internationally, often reflectign on home.
Liverpool Irish Festival, Gael Linn and An tUltach are proud to present Dogleap Productions short film: Reroot.