Tag Archives: 18th century

Traditional Irish Bread making in a Farmhouse Kitchen

Would you like to learn how to make local Irish breads in my Farmhouse Cottage within a small group? If so, join me in my thatched barn 10 steps away from the edge of the Lough in an area of outstanding natural beauty in County Down. We are located 30 minutes from Belfast City Centre and 1 hour from the…

Traditional Irish Bread making in a Farmhouse Kitchen

Would you like to learn how to make local Irish breads in my Farmhouse Cottage within a small group? If so, join me in my thatched barn 10 steps away from the edge of the Lough in an area of outstanding natural beauty in County Down. We are located 30 minutes from Belfast City Centre and 1 hour from the…

Cennick 300 seminar

A seminar and tour highlighting the 300th anniversary of the birth of Moravian evangelist, John Cennick, and his influence in the Ballymena area. The seminar will be held at Mid-Antrim Museum at the Braid on Friday 2 November 2018 followed by a tour of sites related to John Cennick on Sat 3 November. Booking details will be available from Sept…

A Costume Cavalcade

This exhibition tells the story of dress over the last three hundred years showcasing some of the most important examples in the collection. The Museum has a long-established costume and textile collection which contains several outstanding pieces, particularly from the 18th century and this will be the first time that many of these fine examples have been on display creating…

Traditional Irish Bread making in a Farmhouse Kitchen

Would you like to learn how to make local Irish breads in my Farmhouse Cottage within a small group? If so, join me in my thatched barn 10 steps away from the edge of the Lough in an area of outstanding natural beauty in County Down. We are located 30 minutes from Belfast City Centre and 1 hour from the…

Café Art – Dr William Hunter

Hunterian Curator Anne Dulau Beveridge hosts a series of events around art at the Alliance Française de Glasgow. In September’s event, learn more about founder of The Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, Dr William Hunter, and the upcoming Tercentenary celebrations including exhibition ‘William Hunter and the Anatomy of the Modern Museum’. Held in French (some events are bilingual French/English), Café…

Traditional Irish Bread making in a Farmhouse Kitchen

Would you like to learn how to make local Irish breads in my Farmhouse Cottage within a small group? If so, join me in my thatched barn 10 steps away from the edge of the Lough in an area of outstanding natural beauty in County Down. We are located 30 minutes from Belfast City Centre and 1 hour from the…

Archaeology in Wales Conference 2018 / Archaeoleg yng Nghymu Cynhadledd 2018

CBA  Wales’s first annual archaeological conference. On offer will be: tours to special archaeological sites with specialist guides; updates on the latest discoveries and innovative heritage projects; discussions; workshops, activities, and CPD; and fun social events. All set in lovely Mid-Wales and suitable for professionals, volunteers, students or anyone simply interested in the archaeology of Wales. Register your interest here…

Traditional Irish Bread making in a Farmhouse Kitchen

Would you like to learn how to make local Irish breads in my Farmhouse Cottage within a small group? If so, join me in my thatched barn 10 steps away from the edge of the Lough in an area of outstanding natural beauty in County Down. We are located 30 minutes from Belfast City Centre and 1 hour from the…

The Yellow Wallpaper

The Yellow Wallpaper, is a new commission by Turner prize-winning artist Susan Philipsz for Belsay Hall in Northumberland. Belsay Hall is a Greek-revival mansion designed and built by its owner Sir Charles Monck between 1809-17. It was inspired by the architecture that Sir Charles had seen whilst on honeymoon in Greece and it has been described as ’a building of…