October Events LAY UP YOUR ENDS: 40TH ANNIVERSARY EXHIBIT 9 OCTOBER – 3 NOVEMBER The Linen Hall is an invaluable source of theatrical material from Northern Ireland. To mark the
September Events Kathleen Mccracken & Catherine Graham WEDNESDAY 6 SEPTEMBER | 1 PM | FREE Don’t miss this rare opportunity to immerse yourself in the enchanting verses of two remarkable
It is with the utmost regret that the charitable organisation NIPR – The National Collection of Northern Ireland Publications (Charity Commission for Northern Ireland Registration Number NIC 102555) will cease to exist after 31 August 2023.
Writing competitions at The Linen Hall Michael McLaverty Short Story Award Deadline: 31st OctoberWe are pleased to announce the highly anticipated launch of the 2023 Michael McLaverty Short Story Award.
The Linen Hall is pleased to announce the highly anticipated launch of the 2023 Michael McLaverty Short Story Award. This prestigious award aims to foster and encourage the tradition of the short story and has attracted a high calibre of entries since its inception in 2006.
EVERYBODY KENS A WEE BIT O’ ULSTER-SCOTS AND THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO GET CREATIVE WITH IT! With the support of the Ulster-Scots Agency, The Linen Hall will be hosting
In the buildup to the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement in 2023, Herstory partnered with the National Museums NI and Department of Foreign Affairs to create the Peace Heroines education programme, featuring a touring exhibition with stunning new portraits of the peace heroines by the artist FRIZ, and youth workshops exploring power.
Join us at The Linen Hall this month for a series of events focusing on conflicts through history as well as a couple of bonus talks and panel discussions.
Extraordinary Times is a cutting-edge, literary thriller set in an imagined future in Belfast on the eve of a referendum on Irish unity. Download the first two chapters exclusively from The Linen Hall.
The Linen Hall Library has been always known as the home of poetry in Belfast, holding some of the most significant works of local poetry, from the historic works of Robert Burns to Belfast poets Louis MacNeice and John Hewitt.