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Decorative element: a piece of handcrafted glass, reminiscent of a skyscape, made by Sophie Longwill

In the Window 2022 – a call for Irish makers

An exciting open call for an Irish maker (emerging or established; living or working in Ireland) to display their work, for one month 'In the Window' at the Bluecoat Display Centre as part of Liverpool Irish Festival 2022.
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Ireland and Liverpool: A traumatic history

Ireland and Liverpool: A traumatic history

The Irish History Podcast has 30,000+ regular listeners and a rich back catalogue of history, researched and told my orginator Fin Dwyer.
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Nuala Monaghan: Being a story teller

Nuala Monaghan: Being a story teller

Gael Linn, An tUltach and the Liverpool Irish Festival commissioned artist and storyteller to produce an exhibition about Irish folklore.
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a place of their own

a place of their own

a place, of their own is the art and spatial research practice of Paula McCloskey and Sam Vardy, resulting in performance walks in 2022.
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The Mersey Mash

The Mersey Mash

The Mersey Mash is a collection of Festival based interviews, a live screening and online film documenting Liverpool's Irish lives.
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It's not grim up north

It’s not grim up north

This article features Cal Freeman and Chloe Muldoon, respectively director of and actor in Hold the Sausage, a short film featuring at #LIF2021.
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Oisín Askin’s Saol

Oisín Askin’s Saol

This is a photo-story from young photographer Oisín Askin, called Saol (Life). We believe he is 'one to watch'.
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