Tonight (Thursday 2nd February) marks the third lecture as part of our commemoration of the Decade of Centenaries. The renowned historian Dr Éamon Phoenix will be presenting on the topic ‘The Irish Convention 1917-18: The Last Chance to Avert Partition?’ This was a pivotal moment in modern Irish history, and we are looking forward to Dr Phoenix’s analysis of the event.

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Although all the Spring Lectures are now fully booked, there are other events planned at Clifton House. There are tours of Clifton House each Friday at 3.00pm. Tours of Clifton House and Clifton Street Cemetery are held on the last Friday of each month.
We are hosting a special lecture on 8th March for International Women’s Day, looking at the contribution of Mary Ann McCracken to the Poor House and the Belfast area.
There are special 1798 Rebellion & Belfast Charitable Society “Plots & Plotters” tours being held over Easter between 2nd and 6th April at 3.00pm each day.
Please contact us on 028 9099 7022 to book a place on any of the above events.