Jean Maskell's The Space Between is a book to browse, including paintings and poems, stories and yarns that speak of diaspora experiences.
On the launch of his third book, Ged Melia gives us an insight in to his most recent creations set in 1840-50s Liverpool.
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.