In her first outing as Patron for the Liverpool Irish Festival, Eithne hosts an evening of substance; full of Irish story and song in the summer surrounds of the Palm House.
Featuring a number of guests (hand-picked by Eithne*), the evening promises stories about Eithne’s connections between Liverpool and Ireland, personal and collective; lots of laughter and some cabaret along the way. All ticket proceeds go to the Liverpool Irish Festival (charity number 1100126) to support their annual programme.
* Guests include Clare and Margaret Bowles also known as Sister Sister; poet Ciarán Hodgers and Blood Brothers and Brick Up star Davy Edge.
Eithne Browne is a Liverpool actor -the daughter of an Irish man, raised in Huyton- who has graced stage and screen internationally. First featured in Willy Russell’s Blood Brothers at Liverpool Playhouse, Eithne’s credits are far reaching, including stage roles in key female works such as Take Three Girls, Shirley Valentine, Wuthering Heights and The Vagina Monologues, through to television work in Brookside, Cold Feet and Emmerdale. Always returning to Liverpool, Liverpool Irish Festival are proud to welcome Eithne as Patron.
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