Past Events

Lankum

Lankum

A traditional folk group, Lankum (Dublin) combine distinctive four part harmonies with uilleann pipes, concertina, Russian accordion, fiddle and guitar.

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IndieCork feature: Making the Grade

IndieCork feature: Making the Grade

Making the Grade is a story of the transformative power of music and the pride and happiness it provides both the students and teachers.

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The Corner Boys

The Corner Boys

Ladies Who Punch proudly present the UK tour The Corner Boys, by award-winner John MacKenna, as part of #LIF2018 at Liverpool Irish Centre and The Crown.

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IndieCork: New Irish Shorts

IndieCork: New Irish Shorts

IndieCork Film Festival is a platform for new and emerging filmmaking talent and these programmes are a useful showcase of emerging Irish voices.

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Féile Voices : 30 years of Féile an Phobail

Féile Voices : 30 years of Féile an Phobail

Marking 30 years of Belfast’s Féile an Phobail and the book release of Féile Voices at 30, telling the story of a significant cultural and political festival.

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TG 4 Liverpool Irish Live Playalongs

TG 4 Liverpool Irish Live Playalongs

#LIF2018 brings you talent from the Liverpool Irish musical community in informal, playalong sets. If you have a bodhrán or a fiddle come and play along!

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Architectural Migrations

Architectural Migrations

Dr Claire Kinsella (Staffordshire University) considers the tensions and contradictions between Irish identity, migration and the high-rise built form.

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The Corner Boys

The Corner Boys

Ladies Who Punch proudly present the UK tour The Corner Boys, by award-winner John MacKenna, as part of #LIF2018 at Liverpool Irish Centre and The Crown.

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Eamonn Hughes -‘The Train and the River’- Van Morrison’s Belfast

Eamonn Hughes -‘The Train and the River’- Van Morrison’s Belfast

Drawing on his work with Van Morrison, Hughes examines Morrison’s representation of Belfast as an alternative to images of it as a city of conflict.

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Lamb

Lamb

Depicting an unconventional relationship between a naïve young cleric and a troubled child, Lamb is vivid and unsettling. Cert 15.

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Irish Craft Beer Festival

Irish Craft Beer Festival

Irish beer, Irish soft drinks and Irish food all served at the Handyman’s Superrmarket (the sister to Smithdown Roads Kelly’s Dispensary) for #LIF2018.

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Irish Heritage Walk

Irish Heritage Walk

This local history walk features Irish journalists, Italian craftsmen, Lancashire slavers, Polish Impressionists and Liverpool pirates in an exploration of arts and politics.

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Hooley

Hooley

As well as a gale or an argument, a ‘hooley’ is a big old Irish party with music, dancing and –most importantly- oodles of fun.

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The Morning After the Life Before

The Morning After the Life Before

A personal, entertaining tale of weddings, ‘coming out’ and arguments over who takes out the bins.

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The Jesse Janes

The Jesse Janes

A great band to spend the evening with, The Jesse Janes will wow you with powerful harmonies and sheer range of instruments!

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