Open from 12pm - 11pm, showing coverage of all televised GAA, Barclays Premier League and SPL matches.
Closed to the public - Comhaltas music class from 6:30 - 8:30pm
Open 8 - 11pm
Irish Dancing Class from 6 - 9pm in main hall. Irish Language class from 7:30 - 9pm in heritage room. .
Bar open from 8 - late. 25 Card Drive, every Friday at 9pm - New players always welcome!
Bar open from 5 - late
Film Showing at St Michael’s Irish Centre, Sunday 1st December 8pm
A Terrible Beauty....the docudrama centres on two linked events during the Irish Rebellion of 1916, the battles of Mount Street and North King Street culminating in the massacre of fifteen innocent young men and boys. Our story is largely told from the perspective of the foot soldier on both sides and the innocent civilian caught in the middle. All characters are real and much of the dialogue is taken directly from accounts given by combatants on both sides and the wives and mothers of those murdered. It is a very emotionally charged drama with actors speaking to camera intercut with powerful battle scenes. This technique brings the audience to the centre of the unfolding events adding to the tension.
The film will be followed by a Q&A session with the director Keith Farrell.
This is a free ticketed event – Tickets available in advance from St Michael’s Irish Centre. Please contact us at 0151 236 1808.
John Spillane, Sunday 8th December 2013, 2pm
Back by popular demand St Michael's Irish Centre, Liverpool
Presents an afternoon with Cork Singer Songwriter John Spillane
plus support from local traditional group Anam.
It's going to be an afternoon guaranteed to get you in the festive spirit.
Tickets on sale now from St Michael's Irish Centre 0151 263 1808!