Past Events

<em>You, me or the Wallpaper</em>

You, me or the Wallpaper

Join us for an evening of beautiful song and musical performance, inspired by the publication of feminist writer Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s The Yellow Wallpaper.

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Guided tours of Museum’s Irish collections

Guided tours of Museum’s Irish collections

The Festival’s Liverpool Irish Famine Trail‘s History Research Group will lead tours of the Museum of Liverpool’s Irish objects.

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Imbolc walk with the Goddess

Imbolc walk with the Goddess

Walk with Judy Mazonowicz and discuss the different aspects of St Brigid on a route that creates bridges in time and faith.

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Materials Library

Materials Library

Delve in to Festival’s book and print archive, showcased in the fully accessible and friendly drop-in space at Everyman Street Café.

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<em>#LIF2023</em> general info

#LIF2023 general info

#LIF2023 will take place across the city region Thurs 19-Sun 29 Oct 2023.

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Song workshops with Maz O’Connor

Song workshops with Maz O’Connor

Join singer and composer Maz O’Connor online for an accessible, creative workshop helping you turn stories from your family history into original songs.

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Irish Myth and Legend

Irish Myth and Legend

Another chance to see Irish Myth and Legend , a 5-story exhibit – with companion, takeaway book – translated & illustrated by Nuala Monaghan.

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<em>In the Window</em>: Níamh Grimes

In the Window: Níamh Grimes

#LIF2023 and In the Window artist -Níamh Grimes- shows ritualistic jewellery throughout Oct 2023 at the Bluecoat Display Centre (Liverpool).

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The Mersey Mash: a film

The Mersey Mash: a film

An online stream of The Mersey Mash, the film prepared for #LIF2022, by The Plastics Podcast presenter Doug Devaney.

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<em>Brandies Band</em> and <em>Factor 7</em>: Yeats To Music

Brandies Band and Factor 7: Yeats To Music

Sparkling voices, bright melodies and WB Yeats’s greatest poems; they all come together in ‘Yeats to Music’.

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Samhain Céilí

Samhain Céilí

Creepy fancy dress, céilí calling, puppets and games will keep kids 3-103+ years old engaged and spooked to the max!

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Irish Famine Memorial

Irish Famine Memorial

The Liverpool Irish Festival, along with city partners, commemorate the 175-year anniversary of the seven years of An Gorta Mór, also known as the Great Hunger (1845-52).

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<em>Brendan: Son of Dublin</em>

Brendan: Son of Dublin

Brendan: Son of Dublin traces Brendan Behan’s humble Dublin origins, to his becoming one of the great twentieth century writers, a century after his birth.

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<em>Brave Maeve</em>: writer reading for kids

Brave Maeve: writer reading for kids

Pose for pictures, colour in some great illustrations and hear author and illustrator Stu Harrison tell the story of Brave Maeve.

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South Liverpool walking tour

South Liverpool walking tour

Greg Quiery leads a 2-hour walk visiting Hope Street and Rodney Street buildings, hearing from some of the colourful characters who populated them.

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