The Mersey Mash: watch party

The Mersey Mash: watch party 11Nov

Event cancellation notice

We are sorry to advise that all the #LIF2021 The Mersey Mash events have had to be postponed until 2022. This means the community conversations, and recording sessions, can no longer run as part of this year’s Festival.

We remain committed to collecting these stories, and creating the film, but life-circumstances for the project’s owners means we are not able to run the events in October as originally planned. Please stay tuned for further sessions, most likely to be scheduled for 2022’s Festival.


Original listing

After the interviews, the events, the laugher and the tears, The Mersey Mash reaches its final destination – the end edit. The final cut.

Doug Devaney and camera tech Barry will finally let their 2021 expedition go, free to be watched by all and sundry! A document of the Festival, their findings and of the people that make up Liverpool’s Irish community, The Mersey Mash bears witness to the people, places and events we shared, along with the islands that influenced us all.

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Image © DaBrick.

The streaming link will be available, here, on the day.

We are proud to state this event is linked with Black History Month and the Cuture Liverpool programme.

The streaming link will be available, here, on the day.
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Booking Info

The streaming link will be available, here, on the day.

When

11 November 2021
All Day

Where

Online
Virtual
Liverpool

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