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Ireland from 1920 - 1925 - Conflict, compromise and comparisons
Thursday 25 March 2021 04:00pm  
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Thursday 25 March 2021, 04:00pm
This repeat is an exception to the normal repeat pattern

Newry Museum are hosting a series of online talks as part of their Decade of Centenaries programme.

The talks will look at various aspects of history of Ireland, from 1920 – 25

25 March, 4pm - Professor Brian Walker: 'Centenary events, 1920 - 5: conflict, compromise and comparisons'

Event Registration

The talks are free and will take place online. 

To take part email and the link will be forwarded before the event

This event has been supported with funding from The Executive Office (TEO), via Newry, Mourne & Down District Council’s Good Relations Plan.

Location Online

24hr Radiothon to raise funds for Harbourside Radio

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Singer-Songwriter Matt McGinn will be performing at this year’s St Patrick’s Day Miscellany in Newry Town Hall.

Spectacular St Patrick's Day Concert for Newry

Newry, Mourne and Down District Council has announced a spectacular line-up for the finale event of its 2020 St Patrick’s Day celebrations. The St Patrick’s Miscellany concert, conceived and produced by Camlough violinist, Joanne Quigley McParland, promises…
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Get Started in Coding with Micro:bits in Newry Library

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Libby Smyth as Ruby Murray (RUBY!).

Upcoming Events at the Arts Centre

Sean Hollywood Arts Centre in Newry is beginning the new year with a festival celebrating women. The International Herstory Light Festival, which is an annual global event, will kick off on Friday 31 January with ‘Growing Old Disgracefully’. This one woman…


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