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A printable Liverpool Irish Festival 2021 calendar for you to download (two page PDF). Please print responsibly.

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From London to Liverpool: Irish Film London at #LIF2020

From London to Liverpool: Irish Film London at #LIF2020

Irish Film London have partnered with the Festival to include a specially curated selection of short films that reflects this year’s theme of ‘exchange’ and, particularly, the challenges faced by the LGBTQI+ community.

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The Struggle

The Struggle

Reflecting on people’s convergent and different views in the late 20th and early-21st century, The Struggle is a film trilogy by Rachel Garfield.

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The Curious Disappearance of Mr Foo 22Oct

The Curious Disappearance of Mr Foo

A two-hander about the forced repatriation of Liverpool’s Chinese seaman, taken from verbatim accounts, featuring Tina Malone and Simon Wan.

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In:Visible Women 2021 25Oct

In:Visible Women 2021

In:Visible Women Day 2021 marks the delivery of the Final Report of the Mother and Baby Homes Commission of Inquiry, by partnering with the Tuam Oral History project to release survivor stories and artist responses.

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Jack Byrne - A Revolutionary Century: The Irish in Liverpool in Fact and Fiction 25Oct

Jack Byrne – A Revolutionary Century: The Irish in Liverpool in Fact and Fiction

Join authors Greg Queiry and Jack Byrne for a conversation about the image -and reality- of the Irish Community in Liverpool.

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Cultural Connectedness Exchange Network #6 26Oct

Cultural Connectedness Exchange Network #6

Cultural Connectedness Exchanges allow network members to come together to make plans, voice sector concerns and learn from creative people.

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Near this Place: Famine Lives and Afterlives in 2600 26Oct

Near this Place: Famine Lives and Afterlives in 2600

A plaque on Mulberry Street -erected by the Great Hunger Commemoration Committee- marks the resting place of some 2,600 people, who emigrated from Ireland during the Famine. This film documents the plaque’s meaning.

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IndieCork: Mountrath and the North: Watchparty 26Oct

IndieCork: Mountrath and the North: Watchparty

IndieCork has partnered with the Festival since 2013, bringing a wealth of new Irish filmmaking talent to our screens. Producing a dynamic showcase, especially for emerging Irish voices, IndieCork often illuminates the zeitgeist, showing the preoccupations of the makers.

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Susan McKay - Northern Protestants: On Shifting Ground 27Oct

Susan McKay – Northern Protestants: On Shifting Ground

Susan McKay’s Northern Protestants – On Shifting Ground is a portrait of a community at a point of political crisis.

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Hold the Sausage: screening and maker exchange 30Oct

Hold the Sausage: screening and maker exchange

Presentation of short film Hold the Sausage and interview with its makers and IndieCork Director Mick Hannigan, presented on Liverpool Irish Festival’s YouTube channel.

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The Mersey Mash: watch party 11Nov

The Mersey Mash: watch party

After the interviews, the events, the laugher and the tears, The Mersey Mash reaches its final destination – the end edit. The final cut.

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