Community, Family & Sport

Close up of an archive document, held at Strokestown Park.

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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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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15Oct

Cultural Connectedness Exchange

Connecting leaders from Irish service providers in the UK and Irish makers.

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15Oct

Mixed Heritage Mixer

Continuing the Festival’s dual-heritage work in understanding communtieis, this session airs specific community differences.

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15Oct

#LIF2020 digital launch

Join other Facebookers in a general watch party over on our Facebook channel. Featuring glimpses of the Festival, exclusive films and previews, it provides a great showcase for the days ahead.

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17Oct

Hard Histories, Positive Futures with Patrick Kielty

Patrick leads an open, earnest and difficult interview with theVictims and Survivors Forum about issues arising from Ireland’s conflicts.

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Close up of an archive document, held at Strokestown Park. 20Oct

Great Famine Voices Roadshow: your stories

Local stories, recorded by Greg Quiery and Roger Appleton, in 2020, for the Great Famine Voices archive. Premiering at #LIF2020.

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24Oct

Liverpool Lambs: listening party

Liverpool Lambs is a play written by Liverpool Irish pals Peter King and Steve Nolan. The podcast is produced by Falling Doors Theatre exclusively for #LIF2020.

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