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Silent Testimony06-22 Apr
Silent Testimony, an exhibition of portraits by Colin Davidson, focuses on eighteen people who are connected by their loss during the Troubles.
Melancholy Witness - Exhibition10 Apr-05 May
Melancholy Witness is an exhibition of photographs by Séan Hillen, which document the Troubles.
Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival19-20 May
Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival returns with a bumper-packed weekend full of maritime-themed family fun, food and frolics.
The X of Y
Join Colin Dardis as he reads from his debut full-length poetry collection, 'the x of y'.
Mount Stewart And The Wider World: Lecture
Join Lorraine Bourke for an introduction to PRONI's archive of the Londonderry Papers.
Poetry Reading with Michael Longley
Join Linen Hall Library for a special poetry reading by one of Ireland's foremost contemporary poets, Michael Longley.
Plantations in Ulster, 1600-41: Book Launch
PRONI and the Ulster Historical Foundation invite you to the launch of 'Plantations in Ulster, 1600-41'.
Ireland in the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars
PRONI and the Ulster Society for Irish Historical Studies are delighted to welcome Professor Tom Bartlett for a special talk.
Lord Mayor's Day 2018
Join Belfast’s Lord Mayor Nuala McAllister as she hosts a free family fun day to celebrate both her year in office and our amazing city.
Lindsay Seers: Every Thought That Ever Was
Every Thought That Ever Was is an ambitious moving image installation exploring human consciousness, artificial intelligence and the schizophrenic mind.
The Penal Times: The Catholic Church in 18th-Century Ireland
PRONI, in conjunction with the Ulster Society for Irish Historical Studies, host this JC Beckett Memorial lecture by Professor Ian McBride.
Leonardo Da Vinci: A Life In Drawings
In 2019, visitors to the Ulster Museum will be able to view some of Leonardo da Vinci's greatest drawings.
RAF 100 - Early Operations in Ireland
PRONI with the NI War Memorial and RAF are hosting a conference exploring a hundred years of the RAF in Northern Ireland.
Arts Night at The Museum
Every nook and cranny of the historic North Down Museum building will be filled with arts activity to experience, participate in or observe.
Henry Joy McCracken: A Flawed Hero?
Renowned historian Jonathan Bardon looks at the influence of the radical United Irishmen amid turbulent political times.
Aura: Exhibition by Lisa Ballard
Enjoy Lisa Ballard's latest exhibition, ''Aura', A Reflection on Colour', at ArtisAnn Gallery.
The Belfast Jacobin: Book Launch
Join Linen Hall Library and Kenneth Dawson for the launch of The Belfast Jacobin.
Ken Haddock May Bank Holiday Supper Club
Join The Empire for a special night of music from guitar supremo Ken Haddock and guests.
Meet The Explorers
Join the Linen Hall Library and discover scientific instruments and specimens sent from around the world.
Nashville Big Breakfast
Join The Duncairn for a Nashville-themed Big Breakfast as part of Nashville In Belfast Week.
Poetry Masterclass with Ted Deppe
Join Linen Hall Library with author Ted Deppe for the latest instalment of their Of Mouth poetry masterclasses.
Room To Rhyme 50th Anniversary Conference
The Linen Hall Library and the University of Reading present a conference on Northern Ireland poetry and crisis.
Of Mouth: Poetry with Ted Deppe, Sheenagh Pugh and Annie Deppe
Join Linen Hall Library for an afternoon of poetry with authors Ted Deppe, Sheenagh Pugh and Annie Deppe.
Belfast Perspectives by Kevin Hamilton
Enjoy a brand new exhibition at Linen Hall Library by visual artist Kevin Hamilton.
Poetry Reading with Kevin Kiely
Join poet Kevin Kiely as he reads from his new work, 'UCD Belfield Metaphysical: A Retrospective'.