Past Events

GAA: Give it a go!

GAA: Give it a go!

1-2pm‘blitz’ sessions for young ones followed by the Lancashire Underage Gaelic Football Blitz (2pm-4pm). Go on, give it a go!

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Scotland Road walking tour

Scotland Road walking tour

Greg Quiery leads a 2-hour walk through the former heartland of Liverpool’s Irish community considers schools, statues and graveyards.

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Black History Month 2023

Black History Month 2023

Liverpool Irish Festival is proud to support Black History Month. Use this page to search its events.

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PK’s seisiún

PK’s seisiún

Completely informal trad seisiún as part of #LIF2023; come a long for a tune. Gets busy, so could be standing room only.

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Liverpool English with Tony Crowley

Liverpool English with Tony Crowley

Book launch for Tony Crowley’s Liverpool: A Memoir of Words, held as part of #LIF2023.

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<em>Fréa</em>: Redressing Irish Church and State institutions

Fréa: Redressing Irish Church and State institutions

During our online event, Fréa will explore former resident experiences and share the Government’s response to the Mother and Baby and County Care Homes commission.

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<em>Green & Blue</em>

Green & Blue

The award-winning Green & Blue explores the painful and humorous realities faced by the individuals who patrolled the border during the height of the conflict on the island of Ireland.

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Cultural Memory and the Good Friday Agreement

Cultural Memory and the Good Friday Agreement

Some cultural thinkers consider the Belfast (or Good Friday) Agreement, 25-years on for #LIF2023 and our theme of anniversary.

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John Joe Kelly: intermediate to advanced bodhrán skills

John Joe Kelly: intermediate to advanced bodhrán skills

A rare chance to receive tuition from bodhán master John Joe Kelly. You’ll need to bring your bodhrán and tipper to play.

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John Joe Kelly: complete beginners bodhrán skills

John Joe Kelly: complete beginners bodhrán skills

A rare chance to receive tuition from bodhán master John Joe Kelly. You’ll need to bring your bodhrán and tipper to play.

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<em>Green & Blue</em>

Green & Blue

The award-winning Green & Blue explores the painful and humorous realities faced by the individuals who patrolled the border during the height of the conflict on the island of Ireland.

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Conflict, Diaspora and Empire

Conflict, Diaspora and Empire

Conflict, Diaspora, and Empire: Irish nationalism in Liverpool, 1912-1922 is a cenenary talk, developed and delivered by Dr Darragh Gannon, University College Dublin.

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Two Plays: <em>A Bolt from d'Blue</em> and <em>For The Love of Mary</em>

Two Plays: A Bolt from d’Blue and For The Love of Mary

We have a brilliant theatre pairing for you, here. Two plays: A Bolt from d’Blue and For the Love of Mary are both single-hander pieces, of roughly an hour, performed by their writers.

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<em>North Circular</em> (2022, 85 mins)

North Circular (2022, 85 mins)

Screening of North Circular, plus discussion and Q&A with the film’s director, Luke McManus, and Dr Nessa Johnston, University of Liverpool.

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Wilde’s <em>The Ballad of Reading Gaol</em>

Wilde’s The Ballad of Reading Gaol

In this talk, Dr Deaglán Ó Donghaile (Liverpool John Moores University) discusses Oscar Wilde’s 1898 poem; The Ballad of Reading Gaol.

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