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Our November events at a glance

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.

Careers

We are looking for an Arts and Cultural Programmer

Job title: Arts and Cultural ProgrammerDuration: PermanentResponsible to: DirectorSalary: NJC point 20 – £26,446Hours of Work: 36 hours per week The Linen Hall Library is seeking to employ a full-time, Arts and Cultural Programmer. The Arts

Poetry

The Linen Hall: Belfast’s Home of Poetry

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.

Literature

The Ulster-Scots Writing Competition 2022

Everybody kens a wee bit o’ Ulster-Scots and this is your chance to get creative with it. We are pleased to inform you that with the support of the Ulster-Scots

Politics

What’s next for Arlene Foster?

When you leave elected office in the fashion I have, the obvious question is “what are you going to do next?”. The honest answer is I’m not really sure.

More from the Linen Hall

Our November events at a glance

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.

We are looking for an Arts and Cultural Programmer

Job title: Arts and Cultural ProgrammerDuration: PermanentResponsible to: DirectorSalary: NJC point 20 – £26,446Hours of Work: 36 hours per week The Linen Hall Library is seeking to employ a full-time, Arts and Cultural Programmer. The Arts

The Linen Hall: Belfast’s Home of Poetry

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.