We are excited to invite you to join the conversation on the future of the London Irish Centre (LIC).

In 1955 the LIC opened its doors to meet the needs of newly arrived Irish emigrants. Initially providing accommodation and welfare advice, the LIC quickly became an important social and cultural venue. Today it is an important resource for the Irish and local communities in London providing Care, Culture and Community.

However, with greater demand and need, escalating repair costs and more pressures on the LIC, our current building is no longer fit for purpose. Whilst we are incredibly proud of the work we do now, we believe that a new Centre will enable us to provide truly outstanding services with the warmest Irish welcome, and in more sustainable, accessible and diverse ways.

Central to our plans are the people the LIC welcomes and supports, which is why we want as many people as possible to join us in shaping the future vision for the LIC.

This is why we are inviting you to join the conversation and attend our Community Conversation launch on the 18th July. This will be the first of many opportunities to contribute ideas and suggestions for what you want the future of the London Irish Centre to look like.

Registration and reception will begin at 18:30, with speakers beginning at 19:00, and the event will end at 20:30.

This event is wheelchair accessible.

This is a FREE event but you must register through the ticket link below.

Booking for this event has now closed.