Date - Wednesday 25th January Time - 2pm arrival, 2.30pm start Admission - £8 (BF on Eventbrite) In recognition of the recent 35th Anniversary of the Hunger Strikes, the Irish World Heritage Centre will revisit experiences of and enduring legacies associated with the 1981 Long Kesh/Maze Hunger Strikes. We've got a great panel of speakers and film screening lined up for you.
Tickets are £8, includes refreshments on arrival and before the free screening of We Were There (2014
Join us on Saturday 11th March, for an impressive shadow puppet, Three Tales of Love. There are two shows, 2pm and 3.15pm (Each show lasts 45 mins). Admission: £5 (BF on Eventbrite) or call us on 0161 205 4007 For more information visit Three Tales of Love
HUNGER STRIKES & HUNGER STRIKING: IRISH CONTEXT Next Wednesday (25th January), we have a fascinating talk and screening at the Irish World Heritage Centre, as recognition to the recent 35th Anniversary of the Hunger Strikes, we will revisit experiences of and enduring legacies associated with the 1981 Long Kesh/Maze Hunger Strikes. Confirmed Speakers: Fionna Barber (MMU), Ian Miller (University of Ulster) and Maggie Scull (King’s College London) Admission £8 (BF on Eventbri