Past Events

Tony Birtill: Comrádaí agus Deartháir (Comrade and Brother)

Tony Birtill: Comrádaí agus Deartháir (Comrade and Brother)

Conradh na Gaeilge Liverpool and the Liverpool Irish Festival have jointly organised a memorial for Tony’ Birtill’s anniversary.

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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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Family Day

Family Day

A Festival-staple; spend the day with us -at the Museum of Liverpool– enjoying a veritable array of activity to entertain all ages.

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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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Lisa Lambe: <em>NightVisiting</em> (Songs and stories from the hearth)

Lisa Lambe: NightVisiting (Songs and stories from the hearth)

Lisa Lambe’s National Folklore Collection and recent MA work informs her new project, NightVisiting, performed at #LIF2023.

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Meet the Maker: Níamh Grimes

Meet the Maker: Níamh Grimes

#LIF2023 and In the Window artist -Níamh Grimes- talks about her ritualistic jewellery at the Bluecoat Display Centre (Liverpool).

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<em>The London Lasses</em> at 25

The London Lasses at 25

Internationally-renowned traditional Irish band The London Lasses celebrate the release of their 25th Anniversary Album, LL25 at #LIF2023 .

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<em>#LIF2023</em> launch

#LIF2023 launch

Launch our Festival by celebrating our 21st birthday with us as we mark 20-years in business and our 21st Festival. Register for a free drink.

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<em>#CCEN</em> Practice Day

#CCEN Practice Day

A professional network day, for Irish creatives to connect with each other and those who commission Irish work.

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Liver Harp and Seek

Liver Harp and Seek

Pamela Sullivan scatters Liver Harps across Liverpool, as keep sakes to find, for the Festival’s 21st birthday in 2023.

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<em>Brave Maeve</em>: children’s book

Brave Maeve: children’s book

Follow Brave Maeve as she adventures through enchanted places, encountering characters from Irish myth and legend. An original story book from Stu Harrison.

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<em>IndieCork</em> presents <em>Ó’Bhéal</em>

IndieCork presents Ó’Bhéal

UK Premiere of Ó Bhéal, introduced by Mick Hannigan (IndieCork Film Festival) in celebration of 50-years of hip-hop.

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March with Pride

March with Pride

Liverpool Irish Festival, with Irish Community Care, are calling for Irish services to ‘March with Pride’ on 29 July 2023, for LCR Pride.

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#GlobalGreening 2023

#GlobalGreening 2023

#GlobalGreening is an international movement to light cultural and civic buildings and structures green; recognising Irish diaspora communities globally.

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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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