Events

Portrayal after Frederick Douglass

Portrayal after Frederick Douglass

Photographic discussion workshop, with Irish artist Ruth McHugh, on the life and influence of Frederick Douglass (ISM or Liverpool Everyman).

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Looking at Past Times Today 27Oct

Looking at Past Times Today

Live, online discussion with artist Kieran Murray about his online exhibition Times Past, featuring as part of #LIF2022.

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A Very Odd Birthday Party 27Oct

A Very Odd Birthday Party

Can you ever really know someone? Or know too much? Are there parts of ourselves we must simply reconcile with in silence? This is your invitation to Michael Moriarty’s birthday party. 

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Pride of Sefton Dock Tours

Pride of Sefton Dock Tours

An impressive tour of Liverpool’s waterfront and docks on a rare wide-beam canal boat, The Pride of Sefton.

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Republic of Shame: Ireland’s Mother and Baby Homes 28Oct

Republic of Shame: Ireland’s Mother and Baby Homes

Author Caelainn Hogan discusses her book The Republic of Shame, centred on the Mother and Baby and County Homes of Ireland, with Dr Maev McDaid.

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PK's seisiún 28Oct

PK’s seisiún

Completely informal opportunity to come a long for a tune at a unique Liverpool pub.

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Family Day 29Oct

Family Day

With a focus on Samhain (Hallowe’en) and Irish Heritage, #LIF2022’s Family Day has fun activities for all ages; all completely free of charge.

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Revive - A Research Relay 29Oct

Revive – A Research Relay

The Festival’s volunteer History Research Group share research and experiences gathered revitalising the Liverpool irish Famine Trail.

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The Mersey Mash 29Oct

The Mersey Mash

A magazine-style film and performance, The Mersey Mash collects and relates tales community members have told Doug Devaney over two years.

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Museum of Liverpool - self-guided Irish trail

Museum of Liverpool – self-guided Irish trail

Use this page to download a PDF of the Musem of Liverpool’s Irish community trail.

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Liverbird Safari Walking Tour 30Oct

Liverbird Safari Walking Tour

A richly researched, visually magic safari of 100+ liver birds begins the moment you meet tour guide, John Maguire, in Bluecoat‘s courtyard.

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Scotland Road walk 30Oct

Scotland Road walk

Taking in some of the city centre’s more northerly sites of Irish influence, Greg Quiery’s walk includes schools, statues and graveyards.

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Samhain (Hallowe’en) Céilí 30Oct

Samhain (Hallowe’en) Céilí

Party bags, fancy dress, live music and called dances (Armagh Rhymers and Comhaltas )… just be careful whose plastic teeth your picking up!

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In:Visible Women 2021

In:Visible Women 2021

In:Visible Women Day 2021 marks the delivery of the Final Report of the Mother and Baby Homes Commission of Inquiry, by partnering with the Tuam Oral History project to release survivor stories and artist responses.

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Great Famine Voices Roadshow - online archive

Great Famine Voices Roadshow – online archive

Great Famine Voices Roadshow is a global discussion concerning Ireland’s Great Famine and the migration it created. Our call for stories remains open.

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