Past Events

Lisa Hannigan

Charge your glasses (and your phone) at one of the most hospitable joints you will find at the heart of the city

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Sklonište

Sklonište

An unusual and intimate performance, supported by Arts Council England‘s Grants for the Arts programme

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What the focal! – Film, talk and panel discussion

A film; a pint and a discussion to follow!

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Open session

Open session

A fun, easy, freewheeling night at The Caledonia

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Thursday ceílí class

Thursday ceílí class

Movema are a multi-award winning company specialising in dances from around the world and long-time collaborators with the festival

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The Magnet Open Mic Liverpool Irish Festival Special, in association with Mellowtone

The Magnet Open Mic Liverpool Irish Festival Special, in association with Mellowtone

A highly sociable evening with music, laughter and little bit of musical risk-taking at The Magnet, one of favourite Liverpool venues!

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Storytelling with Liz Weir

A great event for families with slightly older children, for a pre-sleep, slightly spooky, storytelling session

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Scadán

Scadán

The Invisible Wind Factory is a new space for creation, fabrication and construction of arts, events and experiences, run by the creators of the Kazimier

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IndieCork presents Best New Irish Short Films 2016

IndieCork presents Best New Irish Short Films 2016

Part of an ongoing co-production between Liverpool Irish Festival, IndieCork and Picture House

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Scadán

Scadán

The Invisible Wind Factory is a new space for creation, fabrication and construction of arts, events and experiences, run by the creators of the Kazimier

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IndieCork presents 'Our August Destiny': short films in the wake of 1916

IndieCork presents ‘Our August Destiny’: short films in the wake of 1916

Part of an ongoing co-production between Liverpool Irish Festival, IndieCork and Picture House

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Caledonia Irish session

Caledonia Irish session

Drop in to enjoy some music and a drink at the Caledonia; a festival favourite

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Trad music session

Cozy, convivial cacophony at ‘the Eddie’

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66 Days

66 Days

This film is a 12A and discusses difficult themes including political matters, hunger striking, prison systems and faith. Parental guidance is advised

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The Gaelic League and the Easter Rising

Connected with the exhibition Liverpool and the Easter Rising this talk unpicks why Liverpool was such a major contributor to the Easter Rising in 1916

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