Past Events

Eamonn Hughes -‘The Train and the River’- Van Morrison’s Belfast

Eamonn Hughes -‘The Train and the River’- Van Morrison’s Belfast

Drawing on his work with Van Morrison, Hughes examines Morrison’s representation of Belfast as an alternative to images of it as a city of conflict.

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Lamb

Lamb

Depicting an unconventional relationship between a naïve young cleric and a troubled child, Lamb is vivid and unsettling. Cert 15.

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Irish Craft Beer Festival

Irish Craft Beer Festival

Irish beer, Irish soft drinks and Irish food all served at the Handyman’s Superrmarket (the sister to Smithdown Roads Kelly’s Dispensary) for #LIF2018.

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Irish Heritage Walk

Irish Heritage Walk

This local history walk features Irish journalists, Italian craftsmen, Lancashire slavers, Polish Impressionists and Liverpool pirates in an exploration of arts and politics.

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Hooley

Hooley

As well as a gale or an argument, a ‘hooley’ is a big old Irish party with music, dancing and –most importantly- oodles of fun.

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The Morning After the Life Before

The Morning After the Life Before

A personal, entertaining tale of weddings, ‘coming out’ and arguments over who takes out the bins.

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The Jesse Janes

The Jesse Janes

A great band to spend the evening with, The Jesse Janes will wow you with powerful harmonies and sheer range of instruments!

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The Hot Sprockets

The Hot Sprockets

Take some good-time revolutionary spirit, add a pinch of psychedelic flavour, simmer it down with some indie soul and you get close to the cosmic vibe of The Hot Sprockets.

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Baggage

Baggage

Two women find a common place where they can come together as friends. A play about friendhip, homelessness and hope by Bev Clark at #LIF2018.

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Sebastian Barry in conversation with Professor Roy Foster

Sebastian Barry in conversation with Professor Roy Foster

Two stalwarts of Irish literature – Sebastian Barry and Professor Roy Foster – in conversation as part of the Liverpool Literary Festival at #LIF2018.

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Irish Craft Beer Festival

Irish Craft Beer Festival

Irish beer, Irish soft drinks and Irish food all served at the Handyman’s Superrmarket (the sister to Smithdown Roads Kelly’s Dispensary) for #LIF2018.

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The Guilty Feminist - Liverpool Irish Festival special

The Guilty Feminist – Liverpool Irish Festival special

Presenting a special Liverpool Irish Festival programme, The Guilty Feminist considers the noble goals of 21st centurty feminists and the paradoxes and insecurities which undermine them. This is their first time in Liverpool!

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Scotland Road Walk

Scotland Road Walk

Exploring Liverpool’s world famous dockland district, its Irish traditions, connections to the Easter Rising and forgotten graveyards and tunnels. #LIF2018

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Irish Craft Beer Festival

Irish Craft Beer Festival

Irish beer, Irish soft drinks and Irish food all served at the Handyman’s Superrmarket (the sister to Smithdown Roads Kelly’s Dispensary) for #LIF2018.

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New Voices with Alex Clark

New Voices with Alex Clark

Alex Clark presents authors Sally Rooney, Lisa McInerney and Anthony Joseph who have have enjoyed considerable critical success and are clearly writers to watch in future.

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