Talks on Georgian and Victorian Belfast from the comfort of your own home
TALKS on Georgian and Victorian Belfast will soon be able to be enjoyed from the comfort of your own home.
It is part of a new programme of talks from Clifton House with historians, authors and the President of the Belfast Charitable Society among the speakers set to share their knowledge.
Among the topics set to be explored during the President Autumn Talk series, which can be accessed on Zoom, will be Belfast’s Hidden Famine, the 1798 Rebellion and the origins of the Belfast Charitable Society.
Speakers will look at the social, economic and political life of Georgian and Victorian Belfast.
Author Raymond Gillespie will kick-start the talks on November 3 with participants set to be immersed in the story of poverty in Belfast during the 18th century and how the 'First Great Charity' worked to address this.
Other talks will be delivered by by Dr Eamnn Phoenix, Kenneth Dawson, Professor Christine Kinealy and Sir Ronnie Weatherup.
For further information, please CliftonBelfast.com