In Hardship and in Hope: A history of the Liverpool Irish

In Hardship and in Hope: A history of the Liverpool Irish 23Oct

THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT. WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.

A revealing history of the Irish in Liverpool, Greg’s book is written for the general reader covering the 1700s to 1960s via a variety of topics, including employment, education, revolutionaries, sectarianism, Irish Nationalism, the break-up of the Irish districts after the 1920s, a timeline and a hundred potted biographies. Linked to the festival’s heritage walks, this will be an informative event with a Q&A session. Books will be available for £10.

Organised by the Institute of Irish Studies, in partnership with the Liverpool Irish Festival, this event takes place in the Lesley Hearnshaw Theatre within the Eleanor Rathbone Building and will be followed by a reception in the foyer.

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Free entry, booking required. Spaces are limited. Please RSVP to Dorothy Lynch (Institute of Irish Studies, University of Liverpool) using [email protected] or +44(0) 151 794 3837. Remaining seats will allocated on a first-come first served basis.


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23 October 2017
6:00pm-7:45pm

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