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Further Stepping Stones: Heaney’s Legacies (in partnership with the Seamus Heaney Centre)

The Linen Hall 17 Donegall Square North, Belfast, United Kingdom

Join us at The Linen Hall for a special evening of readings, honouring the esteemed poet Seamus Heaney on the tenth anniversary of his passing. In collaboration with the Seamus Heaney Centre (QUB), this event celebrates Heaney's profound influence on a new generation of poets.

£5.00 – £6.50

Poetry reading with Kathleen McCracken and Catherine Graham

The Linen Hall 17 Donegall Square North, Belfast, United Kingdom

Don't miss this rare opportunity to immerse yourself in the enchanting verses of two remarkable Canadian poets Kathleen McCracken and Catherine Graham.

Free

The Golden Shovel: Reflections on Windrush and the African & Caribbean Communities

The Linen Hall 17 Donegall Square North, Belfast, United Kingdom

Join us for a special poetry reading and event to launch The Golden Shovel curation of Poetry Jukebox, which is installed at Belfast City Hall. Presented by poets Nandi Jola and Raquel McKee, the poems in this curation pay homage to black writers. This event is presented in partnership with Quotidian – Word on the Street and is part of the Belfast International Arts Festival.

Ayont the Hamely Tongue

The Linen Hall 17 Donegall Square North, Belfast, United Kingdom

This year, The Linen Hall is proud to mark the Ulster-Scots Language Week with an evocative poetry reading event. Six distinguished poets—Robert Campbell, Angeline King, Ronnie McIlhatton, Anne McMaster, Alan Millar, and Morna Sullivan—are coming together to take us on a journey of words and emotions. Join us for a celebration of the Ulster-Scots heritage and talent.

Free

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