On the 13th of September at 7.15pm, we will be opening a fantastic new exhibition. It explores the history and work of The Irish Housewives Association (1942-1992) and its founder, Hilda Tweedy. The organisation was both unique and ahead of its time; highly involved in the social and political developments of the new Republic, many of them controversial in their own right, including, for example, Noel Browne's pioneering Mother & Child Scheme. The exhibition's curator, Assoc.
We are delighted to host a special event as part of Manchester Literature Festival 2017. On Saturday 21st October at 3pm, we welcome Paddy Armstrong & Mary-Elaine Tynan to discuss Paddy's recently released memoir, Life After Life - A Guildford Four Memoir, exploring his life before and after his wrongful conviction and imprisonment. This event will be hosted by Dr Hannah Quirke (University of Manchester). Tickets are £7/£5 and available from Manchester Literature Festival Box