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Out to Lunch Festival 2017

Out to Lunch Festival 2017

06 January - 29 January, Belfast

Out to Lunch, the first festival in NI's packed cultural calendar runs between 6 and 29 January, offering audiences a chance to blow off the Christmas cobwebs, banish new year blues and feast on an array of culinary and cultural ...

Irish Genealogy Essentials: A Family History Course

Irish Genealogy Essentials: A Family History Course

06 February - 10 February, Belfast

Researching Irish ancestors can be both exhilarating and frustrating.

Burns Night at the Linen Hall Library

Burns Night at the Linen Hall Library

25 January, Belfast

The Ulster Scots Agency will be hosting Burns Night at the Linen Hall where language officer for the Ulster Scots Agency, Gary Blair will be the speaker for this unique event at the Linen Hall Library and will provide an overview of Robert Burns, ...

The Winter Wonderland Show by Interactive Children's Theatre

Andrew Gibson Memorial Lecture

25 January, Belfast

Andrew Gibson loaned 300 volumes from his collection, while it was still in his possession, to the Glasgow Burns Centenary Exhibition of 1896.

The Winter Wonderland Show by Interactive Children's Theatre

World Book Day

02 March, Belfast

To mark the 20th anniversary of World Book Day, join local authors David Park and Sophia Hillan as they read from their latest books, Gods and Angels and The Way We Danced.

There's limited availability, and advance booking is recommended at ...

For the Sins of My Mother, with Marie Therese Rogers-Moloney

For the Sins of My Mother, with Marie Therese Rogers-Moloney

22 February, Belfast

A moving memoir from one of the children who attended Nazareth House orphanage in south Belfast from the 1950s, an institution now under scrutiny in the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry.

Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival

Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival

27 April - 07 May, Belfast

Throughout the course of the festival, which runs from 27 April to 7 May, there will be more than 100 events in Belfast's historic Cathedral Quarter and beyond.

There's also an abundance of visual art, film, literature, spoken word and ...

Literature & Theatre

Northern Ireland has a world-renowned reputation in poetry and prose. From the works of Seamus Heaney, CS Lewis and Samuel Beckett - for such a small country, our influence is mighty. If you enjoy reading and losing yourself in a good book, writing poetry or experiencing the magic of where some of the world’s finest stories, and poetry comes from, then look no further than Northern Ireland.

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