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Effect of Migration on Northern Ireland’s Languages Explored in New Exhibition

 THE EFFECT OF MIGRATION ON NORTHERN IRELAND’S LANGUAGES IS THE FOCUS OF LINEN HALL EXHIBITION On Tuesday 5 November, the Linen Hall launched the exhibition From Home to Here: Stories of Languages Old and New. It explores the socio-cultural and linguistic impact on Northern Ireland of its changing population from…...

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Musician Van Morrison Performs in Support of the Linen Hall Library for One Night Only

On Sunday 5 January 2020, Van Morrison, one of the world’s most celebrated musicians, will perform live at the Lyric Theatre, Belfast with his six-piece live band in support of the Linen Hall Library, one of Belfast’s oldest charities. Internationally celebrated musician Van Morrison hardly needs an introduction. He has…...

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The Linguistic Impact of Immigration on NI is Explored in Linen Hall November Exhibition

On 5 November the Linen Hall launches From Home to Here: Stories of Languages Old and New, a new exhibition that examines the effect of immigrant dialects on our daily conversations. The exhibition is free and runs until 20 December. Also in November award-winning playwright Marie Jones stages her popular…...

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Linen Hall Charity Bookshop Moving to New Premises

The popular Linen Hall Charity Bookshop is moving to new premises. The current location at Fountain Centre, College Street, will close at 5.00pm on Monday 28 October. The new shop, located nearby on College Street, between Savers and Sawers, will open on Friday 1 November at 9.00am....

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Linen Hall Library Job Opening for Arts and Cultural Programmer

The Linen Hall Library has a current job opening for an Arts and Cultural Programmer. Click through for full details.  ...

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Tragedy of Transatlantic Slave Trade is Captured in Art at Linen Hall in October

On 1 October the Linen Hall launches a new exhibition EXODUS: Commemorating 400 years since the start of the Transatlantic Slave Trade, produced by ACSONI (African and Caribbean Support Northern Ireland). Through a mixed-media presentation, the exhibition focuses on and remembers the Maangamizi (genocide of those caught up in the slave trade).   Also launching in October is a showcase of Indian representations…...

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October to December 2019 What’s On guides now available

The Linen Hall Library’s What’s On guides listing all events for October – December 2019 are now available in the Library, through Northern Ireland Tourist Information Centres, and at various venues throughout Belfast. Or download a guide here. You can view and book our events online at https://linenhall.com/event/  ...

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International Writer and Broadcaster Polly Devlin – Exclusive Evening Appearance for Linen Hall Fundraiser

On Tuesday 5 November Polly Devlin, OBE, writer, broadcaster and filmmaker, will talk in depth about her fascinating life and career at an exclusive personal appearance at the Grand Opera House, Belfast. In Conversation with Polly Devlin will be hosted by journalist Suzanne Lowry and has been organised to raise…...

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Free Talk Series – ‘Reflections on 1969, Lived Experiences & Living History’

The programme ‘Reflections on 1969, Lived Experiences & Living History’ organised by the Fellowship of the Messines Association will create opportunities for individuals, from a range of backgrounds and political viewpoints, to engage in reflective discourse and discussions with each other on the events in question. The aim is not…...

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IT’S BACK TO THE 60s IN SEPTEMBER AT THE LINEN HALL

Half a century ago John Lennon sang ‘Give Peace a Chance’ at the same time barricades were erected in Belfast and radical student movement People’s Democracy marched for civil rights. From 16 – 27 September the Linen Hall remembers the People’s Democracy with memorabilia, posters and more. Against this turbulent…...

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