Impressive display of Berina Kelly jewllery at the Bluecoat Display Centre shown ‘In the Window’ as part of the Liverpool Irish FestivalRead More
The Liverpool Philharmonic present Ye Vagabonds for the Liverpool Irish Festival 2018Read More Book Now
Kíla have created their own distinctive style of world music, winning over audiences around the world with their recordings and spectacular live shows. LCC Festival Enhancement Funded.Read More Book Now
In:Visible Women is a concept and platform within the Liverpool Irish Festival, generated by conversations with artists, academics, activists, audiences and communities about the role of women in Irish society and creativity – today and historically.Read More Book Now
Colm Tóibín presents authors Sally Rooney, Lisa McInerney and Anthony Joseph who have have enjoyed considerable critical success and are clearly writers to watch in future.Read More Book Now
Presenting a special Liverpool Irish Festival programme, The Guilty Feminist considers the noble goals of 21st centurty feminists and the paradoxes and insecurities which undermine them. This is their first time in Liverpool!Read More Book Now
Two stalwarts of Irish literature – Sebastian Barry and Professor Roy Foster (Oxford) – in conversation as part of the Liverpool Literary Festival.Read More Book Now
Colm Tóibín (Chancellor of University of Liverpool) reading – and in conversation – with James Naughtie (BBC) as part of the Liverpool Literary Festival.Read More Book Now
Hughes draws on Van Morrison’s work to examine VM’s representation of Belfast and offer insight into his originality, innovation and song writing artistry.Read More Book Now
To Have to Shoot Irishmen explores the events around Sheehy Skeffington’s death during the Easter Rising in Dublin in 1916.Read More Book Now
Celebrate the Liverpool Irish Festival – with family and friends – in a day incorporating music, talks and activities for everyone to enjoy, across the day at Museum of Liverpool.Read More
We are out of festival season at present and busy preparing #LIF2018, running 18-28 October 2018. Our theme for 2018 will be ‘migration’ underpinned by three key strands:
- In:Visible Women – is a concept and platform within the Liverpool Irish Festival, generated by conversations with artists, academics, activists, audiences and communities about the role of women in Irish society and creativity – today and historically.
- Family Days – a series of events and days designed for families to enjoy a range of activites that draw them close to the heart of Irish creative culture and expression
- Nook and Cranny Spaces – take audiences to parts of the city they may not ordinarily venture to and moves the creative focus to independent venues. Often historic, brsitling with Irish heritage or supporting an Irish fellowship today, these are jewels within the crown of the Liverpool scene.