Get Ready for the Weekend in Liverpool

Get Ready for the Weekend in Liverpool Irish festival’s packed programme, big literary names and more   FESTIVAL | Liverpool Irish Festival brings packed programme The annual Liverpool Irish Festival is underway with its first weekend of events and entertainment taking place across the city.From one of Ireland’s biggest musical acts, Kíla marking their ... Read More...

Last orders called at Pogue Mahone

One of Liverpool’s best-loved Irish pubs has closed its doors for the final time.The team behind Pogue Mahone has announced via social media that its lease at the Seel Street venue has ended after 20 years.A firm favourite with Liverpool’s student population and anyone craving a proper pint of Guinness, ... Read More...

Liverpool’s connection with Ireland: Celtic history, culture and property

Liverpool's connection with Ireland: Celtic history, culture and property Liverpool’s cultural links with Ireland are well known but with St Patrick’s Day approaching, what better time to dig deeper into the less familiar residential relationship between the two destinations and assess the current Celtic demand for property here in the ‘real ... Read More...

Liverpool to New York flights ending in 2017

Holidaymakers will no longer be able to fly from Merseyside to New York City via Ireland as Aer Lingus has cancelled its Liverpool-Dublin route.The airline is discontinuing flights between Dublin and John Lennon Airport from January 2017, meaning passengers will not be able to interline at the Irish capital onto ... Read More...

Best for… Irish food

St Patrick’s Day is here and if you’re celebrating with a Guinness or two you’ll need some sustenance. Check out these three eateries for the best in Irish-themed food, from breakfast to evening meals. Fully Irish O’Neill’s, L1One of the city’s most prominent Irish bars, O’Neill’s is a cornucopia of live music, sport ... Read More...