Past Events

Responding to Robert Tressel: A Panel

Responding to Robert Tressel: A Panel

The panel will consider Robert Tressell’s work The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists, lorded internationally as a seminal text for socialists.

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The Biggest Show in the Country

The Biggest Show in the Country

Inspired by daily radio phone-in The Nolan Show, The Biggest Show in The Country swaps guns, bombs and bullets for glitter, banter and ballads.

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Rat in the Skull

Rat in the Skull

Rat in the Skull is an interview between a Royal Ulster Constabulary inspector and a Catholic man in London detained under the Prevention of Terrorism Act.

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David O'Doherty: You Have to Laugh

David O’Doherty: You Have to Laugh

David O’Doherty is back on tour with a brand-new show made up of talking and songs played on a crappy keyboard from 1986.

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Two Plays: Baggage and When Nora Met Jim

Two Plays: Baggage and When Nora Met Jim

#LIF2018 presents Baggage and When Nora Met Jim. Both plays have been written in Liverpool and feature local actors. Expect low-fi tech, but high-fi impact.

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IndieCork: New Irish Shorts from Women

IndieCork: New Irish Shorts from Women

Following on from IndieCork: New Irish Shorts, this evening’s programme represents the best of the female led shorts at IndieCork Film Festival 2018.

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The James Connolly Reader: A Rebel for Today

The James Connolly Reader: A Rebel for Today

The James Connolly Reader looks at a leading figure in Ireland’s 1916 anti-British rule campaigns and socialist philisophy.

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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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