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Armagh Robinson Library, formerly Armagh Public Library, and No 5 Vicars' Hill: 4-star visitor attraction, library and museum
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ArmaghRobinsonLib Dec 3
Replying to @maria_mcmanus
Thank YOU, . It was such a pleasure to have you!
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ArmaghRobinsonLib Dec 2
2019 A most wonderful Georgian Day on the Hill of ! Thank you to absolutely everyone who took part and who visited us on the day. We never stopped, from the time we opened our doors until our closing time. Image credits: Ian Maginess
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ArmaghRobinsonLib Dec 2
for author 's work ''. The book will be launched in other cities throughout the island of Ireland, and we were very pleased to host the Northern Ireland launch!
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ArmaghRobinsonLib Dec 2
Launch of 'Splendid, Liberal, Lofty' with works by artist Helen Sharp, poet McManus and musician and composer Simon Waters, as part of the , supported by .
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ArmaghRobinsonLib Dec 1
It was lovely having Rose Servitova at the Library for the launch of her book !
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ArmaghRobinsonLib Nov 29
We had a full house for this year's by Kevin Mulligan. We thank both the audience and for their support. Prior to this year's Rokeby Lecture, Kevin Mulligan was photographed with Dr Robert Whan on the left, Dean Gregory Dunstan.
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ArmaghRobinsonLib Nov 28
Last lecture of the year on Wednesday 11 December 2019 at 7.30pm. Professor Ian McBride will speak on ‘: The Making of a Revolutionary’.‘
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Visit Armagh Nov 28
Day 2 of . The programme today includes The Rokeby Lecture . For info
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Lisburn Reads Nov 27
On 8min 37sec you can find out how is filling the void , what's new and hear about coming to on 1 Feb - work supported by
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WWIIPolesNI Nov 27
Last night, Peter Gray, Professor of Modern Irish History and Director of the Institute of Irish Studies at delivered a fascinating lecture on and the role he played in Ireland during the Great Famine of 1845-50. in Armagh
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Maria McManus Nov 26
the void ⁦⁩ - astonishing, and the letters keep coming, we’re in tears, intrigued and entertained. It’s a joy. Launch Friday 29 6.00pm. All welcome ⁦⁩ ⁦ 🙌
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ArmaghRobinsonLib Nov 25
Replying to @ArmRLib
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Rose Servitova Nov 24
A gentle reminder that by & Rose Servitova will be having it's at Armagh Georgian Festival this Friday 29th November at 7.30pm at the Robinson Library. I expect Mr Collins may be in attendance. All welcome!
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ArmaghRobinsonLib Nov 24
Closures this week: * The Library and No 5 will be closed on Thursday 28 November for a MoTH school visit, and a history group visit,
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ArmaghRobinsonLib Nov 22
To mark the 30th anniversary of on the , Koulla Yiasouma, the NI Commissioner for Children and Young People launched our exhibition on children's rights: ‘If We Don’t Stand up for Children, Then We Don’t Stand up for Much’. Images: Ian Maginess
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ArmaghRobinsonLib Nov 17
Closures this week: * The Library and No 5 will be closed in the morning on Thursday 21 November for a MoTH school visit.
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ArmaghRobinsonLib Nov 16
: by Rosa Servitova of , the unfinished novel by , completed by Rose Servitova. Friday 29 November 7.30pm (following the launch of Splendid Liberal Lofty)
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WWIIPolesNI Nov 15
A lecture by on the contribution of Paul Strzelecki, a Polish emigre who volunteered to act as a charitable relief worker in Ireland during the Great Famine will be held on 26 Nov 2019 . Limited places available, book your ticket:
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ArmaghRobinsonLib Nov 15
Launch of Splendid. Liberal. Lofty Friday, 29 November⋅18:00 – 19:30 Three contemporary artists explore and celebrate the legacy of Archbishop Richard Robinson, to create an exhibition, audio installation and a legacy pen-portrait of modern Armagh.
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ArmaghRobinsonLib Nov 14
As part of the , Kevin V. Mulligan will give the 2019#RokebyLecture lecture 'From a nest of mud cabins to a well-built city of stone and slate: the building ventures of Primate Richard Robinson in Armagh' on Thursday 28 November, 7.30pm
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