It’s Luton’s 21st St Patrick’s Festival and organiser Luton Irish Forum (LIF) says it’s shaping up to be the best yet! Luton St Patrick’s Festival provides the largest celebration of Irish culture to the highest percentage of Irish living outside
Luton Irish Forum marked Lá Fhéile Bríde 2020 (St Brigid’s Day) by hosting its fourth annual Afternoon Tea event on St Brigid’s Day [1st February] celebrating the achievements of women in sport. Some 75 guests enjoyed chatting with friends old
One of Ireland’s principal historians, Marianne Elliott OBE, will be sharing her knowledge and experience at Luton Irish Forum on Thursday 14th November (7-9pm) in a talk entitled ‘Religion and cultural identity in Northern Ireland’. The struggle between Catholic and
As part of their year-long 50th anniversary celebrations and Luton St Patrick’s Festival, Luton Irish Forum coordinated a concert of current and former pupils, teachers of Cardinal Newman School, and their families at the Luton Library Theatre on 13 March.
Dr Ruth Beecher would like to invite you to take part in a project Tá Úna Gan A Gúna. Below she outlines the reasons for the project and what it will involve so you can decide whether you would like to
Pictured L-R: Catherine Martin, Fiona Martin, Noelette Hanley, Sr Antoinette McGrath, Sr Kathleen Moore and Elleesa Rushby Luton Irish Forum marked Lá Fhéile Bríde 2019 (St Brigid’s Day) by hosting its third annual Afternoon Tea event on 2nd February celebrating