Liverpool Irish Centre (formerly ‘St Michael’s’)

Upcoming Events


Liverpool Irish Festival Launch

Opening the festival with a taste of home (Irish stew), a glass of the black stuff and migration stories told by poets and performers and sung by Bill Booth and followed by Catherine Cook.

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Your World workshop

Focussing on identity Your World explores how to adapt in new locations; what it is like to long to belong and how to ground yourself without losing you.

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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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A bridge of Tunes: Bernadette Nic Gabhann and Mikey Kenney

Two traditional fiddlers come together to celebrate the musical links between Ireland, Liverpool and Lancashire and a history of shared tunes and dances.

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Socks in the Frying Pan

Cheerful brilliance from this County Clare band as part of #LIF2018.

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Family Rushforth enjoy the Family Céilí at #LIF2017 (c) E Smith 28Oct

Family Céilí

The Family Céilí is a popular event at the Liverpool Irish Festival. It returns to the spiritual home of the Irish community, the Liverpool Irish Centre.

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6 Boundary Lane
L6 5JG


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The Liverpool Irish Centre is a unique and wonderful place. You can join an Irish language class, learn to play Irish music, learn Irish Dancing, browse our library or join our book club, have fun at a Céilí or simply soak in the genuine warm, welcoming atmosphere. Anybody who walks through the door will be guaranteed a warm welcome

Opening times vary. Call in advance of visit
[email protected]
+44(0) 151 263 1808

Although most events at St Michael’s Irish Centre are family friendly, the venue asks that under18s are accompanied by an adult at all times.