Inventing the Myth: John Hewitt and Protestant Identity

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Dr Connal Parr – Inventing the Myth: John Hewitt and Protestant Identity. ***Tickets are free but please email hello@johnhewittsociety.org to reserve a place*** To celebrate its 30th Anniversary, The John Hewitt Society is hosting a … Read More

Sasha Dugdale, Vona Groarke & Stephen Sexton

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JOHN HEWITT BIRTHDAY READING with Sasha Dugdale, Vona Groarke & Stephen Sexton £8/£7 concession The John Hewitt Society presents three award-winning poets in the annual reading to mark the birth date of John Hewitt, the … Read More

Jonathan Swift: Poetic Ventriloquist

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THE CITY CHAPTER In association with the John Hewitt Society invites you to celebrate NATIONAL POETRY DAY with a talk ‘Jonathan Swift: Poetic Ventriloquist’ by Professor Andrew Carpenter Thursday 28th September 2017 7.30 p.m. Armagh … Read More

Once Alien Here Showcase 2017

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An opportunity for participants of the 2017 Once Alien Here creative writing programme to reconnect, hear work produced by participants during the programme, and receive a complimentary copy of a pamphlet including poetry and prose … Read More

Riddel’s Warehouse at Culture Night

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The John Hewitt Society is back in the epic setting of Riddel’s Warehouse for this year’s Culture Night, providing some short poetic interludes to the musical renditions of Studio Symphony Orchestra. In this informal event, … Read More

Riddel’s Warehouse at Culture Night

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The John Hewitt Society is back in the epic setting of Riddel’s Warehouse for this year’s Culture Night, providing some short poetic interludes to the musical renditions of Studio Symphony Orchestra. In this informal event, … Read More

Launch of The Watch House by Bernie McGill

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Launch of The Watch House in conversation with Eimear O’Callaghan, author of Belfast Days: A 1972 Teenage Diary. It is summer, 1898, on the small Irish island of Rathlin and the place is alive with … Read More

One Small Step Campaign Launch

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The aim of the One Small Step campaign is to encourage people in Northern Ireland, and across the island of Ireland to promote a genuinely shared future by building constructive relationships for the benefit of … Read More

Patrick Magee Blue Plaque Unveiling

The Ulster History Circle will unveil a Blue Plaque in honour of the celebrated Armagh-born stage and screen actor, Patrick Magee (1922 – 1982) at the house of his birth, No 2 Edward Street, as … Read More