Stretcher Bearer! The Last Days of Mankind
Friday, June 3, 2016 - 09:00 to Saturday, July 30, 2016 - 17:00
Linen Hall Library
17 Donegall Square North
Leslie Nicholl's challenging exhibition explores the humanity shown by Irish, Ulster, British, German and French stretcher bearers in the inhumanity that was the Battle of the Somme. Featuring poems from Forms of Freedom by Sam Burnside . The exhibition will
Thursday, April 21, 2016 - 19:00
Derry Central Library
Foyle Street
BT48 6AL
First in a series of workshops to explore local connection to First World War through poetry

Untold Stories Exhibition Launches At Tower Museum

Tower Museum and Creative Centenaries led exhibition explores the north west's connection to 1916
Robert Quigg statue

New Statue to be Unveiled to Robert Quigg VC

A new memorial statue to Bushmills man Robert Quigg VC will be unveiled in the County Antirm town this June. Quigg was awarded the Victoria Cross for exceptional valour in
Wednesday, July 6, 2016 -
13:00 to 14:00
Ulster Museum
Botanic Gardens
This lecture will give an overview of the Battle of the Somme and include comparisons between the different armies involved in the campaign, namely the British, French and German. Timothy Bowman is a historian who specialises in British and Irish
Ulster Museum exhibition

'Remembering 1916: Your Stories' exhibition opens at Ulster Museum

New display in conjunction with Living Legacies never before seen artefacts from 1916
Ulster Museum launch Remembering 1916 Exhibition

Ulster Museum to Launch Remembering 1916 Exhibition

New exhibition opening at Ulster Museum to interpret 1916 and their impact and legacy

Creative Centenaries programmes Open Learning course

Five week course begins April 25 and includes walking tour of sites of interest in Belfast

European History Conference Travels to Northern Ireland

EUROCLIO set to host 23rd annual conference in Belfast, focusing on the anniversaries of 2016 in Northern Ireland and beyond


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