Past Events

Portrayal after Frederick Douglass

Portrayal after Frederick Douglass

Photographic discussion workshop, with Irish artist Ruth McHugh, on the life and influence of Frederick Douglass (ISM or Liverpool Everyman).

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Stephen Travers presents The Miami Showband Massacre story

Stephen Travers presents The Miami Showband Massacre story

An interview and discussion with Stephen Travers about The Miami Showband Massacre; it’s history and the resulting documentary.

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Irishness in England post-Brexit

Irishness in England post-Brexit

Brexit has resulted in people connecting with their Irishness differently. PhD researcher Niamh Lear discusses this with Catherine Harvey.

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The Forgotten: a workshop

The Forgotten: a workshop

Irish cottage building workshop using paper, at The Williamson Art Gallery (Birkenhead), with Merseyside artist Pamela Sullivan. Linked to a guerilla exhibition called The Forgotten.

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Famished: Women and the Irish Famine

Famished: Women and the Irish Famine

Famished: Women and the Irish Famine shares Cherry Smyth and Jaki McCarrick’s creative responses, giving voice to silences created by famine.

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Robert Cain: the first Irish philantropist? A tour (Tue)

Robert Cain: the first Irish philantropist? A tour (Tue)

Walking tour guided by local actor and tour guide, Trev Fleming; detailing the life, times and buildings of Irish philanthropist Robert Cain.

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The Muse and the Music, with Carmen Cullen

The Muse and the Music, with Carmen Cullen

A gentle morning of activity, with poetry, music and visuals, brought to you by Carmen Cullen and Gerry Anderson.

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IndieCork presents: The Laughing Boy

IndieCork presents: The Laughing Boy

The second in IndieCork‘s #LIF2022 The Power of the Song programme,  The Laughing Boy follows the life of the eponymous song, from Behan on.

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Robert Cain: the first Irish philantropist? A tour (Mon)

Robert Cain: the first Irish philantropist? A tour (Mon)

Walking tour guided by local actor and tour guide, Trev Fleming; detailing the life, times and buildings of Irish philanthropist Robert Cain.

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Bodhrán masterclass with Ruairi Glasheen

Bodhrán masterclass with Ruairi Glasheen

Book for your fun, interactive bodhrán workshop to learn the fundamentals of playing this awesome instrument, with Ruairi Glasheen.

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IndieCork presents: Dark Horse on the Wind

IndieCork presents: Dark Horse on the Wind

The first in IndieCork‘s #LIF2022 The Power of the Song programme,  Dark Horse On The Wind is a documentary about Irish musican Liam Weldon.

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Robert Cain: the first Irish philantropist? A tour (Sun)

Robert Cain: the first Irish philantropist? A tour (Sun)

Walking tour guided by local actor and tour guide, Trev Fleming; detailing the life, times and buildings of Irish philanthropist Robert Cain.

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South Liverpool walk

South Liverpool walk

A tour of sites of Irish significance in South Liverpool, from local historian -and Liverpool Great Hunger Commemoration expert- Greg Quiery.

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Irish Famine Memorial

Irish Famine Memorial

A Famine Memorial Service marking 175-years since the start of the Famine in Ireland (1847-1852) with speeches and readings at the memorial.

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Sweet Mother

Sweet Mother

SOLD OUTNwoko Arts presents Sweet Mother, a play that shares stories about white woman who fell in love and married black men, especially in Liverpool’s L8.

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