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Materials library

The Materials Library at Liverpool Everyman is the ideal cultural hotspot to browse a festival brochure, pick up a bite to eat and encounter some of the city’s performance artists.

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Liverpool Irish Festival Launch

Opening the festival with a taste of home (Irish stew), a glass of the black stuff and migration stories told by poets and performers and sung by Bill Booth and followed by Catherine Cook.

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Irish Builders of Modern Britain

An invitation to Irish navvies and nurses -or their connections- to discuss the shape and role of an Irish legacy project in the making at the Cunard Building.

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Your World workshop

Focussing on identity Your World explores how to adapt in new locations; what it is like to long to belong and how to ground yourself without losing you.

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Peeled Pomello Fruit (c) Charles Deluvio at unsplash 20Oct

In:Visible Women

In:Visible Women is a concept, platform and trail that runs through LivIrishFest annually. It discusses the role of women in Irish society and creativity.

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As well as a gale or an argument, a ‘hooley’ is a big old Irish party with music, dancing and –most importantly- oodles of fun.

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Family Day

Celebrate the Liverpool Irish Festival – with family and friends – in a day incorporating music, talks and activities for everyone to enjoy, across the day.

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Family Rushforth enjoy the Family Céilí at #LIF2017 (c) E Smith 28Oct

Family Céilí

The Family Céilí is a popular event at the Liverpool Irish Festival. It returns to the spiritual home of the Irish community, the Liverpool Irish Centre.

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