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Belonging, a joint project between the Belfast Migrant Centre and photographer Laurence Gibson, encouraging empathy towards migrants in Northern Ireland by telling their stories. These are told through photographs with accompanying recorded interviews. The audience will be able to confront their preconceived ideas of migrants.
An illustrated talk by Dr Robert Whan
As part of the Belfast Somme 100 commemorations Dr Robert Whan will give an illustrated talk on the impact of the First World War on those living and working at home. He will examine the domestic, economic, social and political life of Ulster, including the effect on women and children, industry and agriculture.
A talk by Heather Montgomery
As part of the Belfast Somme 100 commemorations Heather Montgomery will explain her archaeological investigations into the training of Kitchener's new army in Ireland. This research brings together historic evidence relating to the British military training, and the archaeological analysis of advances in twentieth century warfare and draws upon social and cultural elements of the period.
Come along and join us on the 3rd Thursday of each month for a Poetry Recital by the distinguished Shalom Writers in Chapter One, and savour the culture and ambience.
FREE Admission. Booking not required.
Allison Milligant: 028 9050 9150e: Belfast.email@example.com
The first Tuesday of each month.
The group aims to allow everyone’s reading experiences to be shared and enjoyed. Participants can borrow a copy of the book we are discussing for free, on a variety of formats to suit the individual.
Marking the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, this exhibition celebrates the life, times, works and legacy of the world’s greatest playwright. Through the use of historical records, library resources and colourful displays, we invite you to revisit the “Bard’s” contribution to the world of literature and appreciate that his works are “not of an age but for all time” (Ben Jonson, Preface to the First Folio, 1623).
028 9050 9150