After the news of the Irish Festival being cancelled Grand Central on Renshaw Street are pleased to announce all is not lost for the Irish festival.
Grand in nature as well as in name, this Grade II listed architectural gem of a building has been a go-to destination for eating, drinking and sleeping in the city centre since it's relaunch in 2018. A former Methodist church, former cinema and former home to the Liverpool Philharmonic orchestra, to name but a few of the building's past iterations, Grand Central now houses a 47 room hotel, a bustling food bazaar and, it's crowning glory, the 1,100 capacity Grand Central Hall.
Ryan Edwards, Operations Director of Grand Central Hall said,
“ We have spoke to Vince Power and he is very supportive of what we are doing. A lot of the same acts are moving over to this event with more and more additions coming in over the next few weeks. For example another two have just been added, Aslan and Dubliners. We are not honouring tickets as it’s a new event through us, but we know the old festival are giving refunds. Our tickets are much cheaper and are available now here."
"A lot of the same acts are moving over to this event with more and more additions coming in over the next few weeks."
Ryan Edwards, Operations Director of Grand Central
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