Archive of Events

Listed below are events that have taken place in the National Library of Ireland in the past.

Online tour: From Turmoil to Truce: Photographs of the War of Independence (21/1/2021)
The images are black and white. The issues aren't.

Can Literature be Therapy? In Conversation: Carlo Gébler and Edwin Higel (21/1/2021)
Join Carlo Gébler and Edwin Higel for this discussion on the fortifying and restorative powers of fiction in the face of tragedy.

Quiet History: Marianne Lee and Clodagh Finn In Conversation (20/1/2021)
Join Marianne and Clodagh for this discussion on how both research and fiction illuminate lesser known women’s history and why it is so important to do so.

Virtual exhibition tour of 'WWI: Exploring the Irish Experience' (14/1/2021)
Join us for this virtual tour of our exhibition World War Ireland

Close Reading Workshop: Seamus Heaney: Listen Now Again (9/12/2020)
Take a fresh look at Seamus Heaney's poetry

Lecture: Mapping the Burning of Cork, 11-12 December 1920. (9/12/2020)
Join UCC historian, Helene O'Keeffe for this centenary lecture on the burning of Cork

Talk: '‘Correspondence: Letters from the Archive of Seamus Heaney’ (8/12/2020)
Exploring the life of the poet through his correspondence

Rolling back the Road: A Journey in Irish Traveller Family History (7/12/2020)
Join Tony Hennessy and Michael Collins for this exploration of Irish Traveller family history.

Culture Club Online Tour of Seamus Heaney: Listen Now Again (7/12/2020)
Enjoy a virtual taste of #ListenNowAgain

Voices: An Open Door Book of Stories (5/12/2020)
Event as part of the Dublin Book Festival

Drama at the NLI: 'At the Hawk's Well'
Drama at the NLI: 'At the Hawk's Well'
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