Tag Archives: European Year of Cultural Heritage

International Conference Literature (&), (In)tangible Heritage FCSH, NOVA University (Lisbon, Portugal) 11-12 October 2018 Venue:

  Throughout 2018, we are celebrating diverse cultural heritage across Europe. The aim of the European Year of Cultural Heritage is to encourage more people to discover and engage with Europe’s cultural heritage, and to reinforce a sense of belonging to a common European space. The slogan for the year is: “Our heritage: where the past meets the future”. The Centre…

Who Lives in a house like this? Blessingbourne Estate

Blessingbourne Estate is an historic 550 acre country estate, nestled in the heart of woodlands and wildlife on the edge of the Clogher Valley and Fermanagh Lakelands – one of North West Ireland’s most tranquil and magical locations. Guests and visitors can experience the unique blend of things to do and see whilst enjoying a countryside retreat. On site activities…

Hidden Heritage / Tourism Events

Tourism / Hidden Heritage events, exploring the heritage of the Mid Ulster Area. This includes visits to archaeology sites, with talks and performances on site. There are on occasion refreshments made available on the sites. TBC More information can be found here! Tourism & Heritage Discover Mid Ulster If there’s one thing about Mid Ulster, you‘re never too far away…

Late night Fridays at Dyffryn Gardens

Make the most of the longer days and warmer nights. Join us after work and stay late, soaking up the summer sun in the gardens with music being played on the south terrace for you to enjoy the relaxed ambience. Dyffryn Mansion  Dyffryn house stands at the heart of the gardens. Listed at grade II* status, it had been remodelled from…

Annual Conference of the Association for Industrial Archaeology

The week-long annual conference of the Association for Industrial Archaeology in the University of Nottingham in September 2018 showcases the current revision of the Research Frameworks on the archaeology of post-medieval period; makes numerous awards in the field of Industrial heritage; and celebrates the heritage of the local area. University of Nottingham Friday 31st August – Tuesday 4th September 2018…

The Aylsham Show

The largest one day agricultural shows in the country and is a great day out for all the family. The Aylsham Agricultural Show Association is supporting a number of events during the Repton 200 Season. Attractions Main Ring Sideshows and Exhibitions Art Marquee Exhibition Family Fun Food and Farming Area Tickets may be purchased at a cost of £18 each…

National Youth Choir of Scotland Girls Choir perform Mahler’s Eighth Symphony with Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra on the 26th of August.

National Youth Choir of Scotland Girls Choir perform Mahler’s Eighth Symphony with Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra on the 26th of August. A vision of the whole universe ringing and resounding’: that’s how Gustav Mahler described his colossal Eighth Symphony. And the immense forces it requires have understandably earnt it the nickname ‘Symphony of a Thousand’. Combining a stirring hymn to…

Late night Fridays at Dyffryn Gardens

Make the most of the longer days and warmer nights. Join us after work and stay late, soaking up the summer sun in the gardens with music being played on the south terrace for you to enjoy the relaxed ambience. Dyffryn Mansion  Dyffryn house stands at the heart of the gardens. Listed at grade II* status, it had been remodelled from…

Late night Fridays at Dyffryn Gardens

Make the most of the longer days and warmer nights. Join us after work and stay late, soaking up the summer sun in the gardens with music being played on the south terrace for you to enjoy the relaxed ambience. Dyffryn Mansion  Dyffryn house stands at the heart of the gardens. Listed at grade II* status, it had been remodelled from…

National Youth Choir of Scotland Girls Choir Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel

National Youth Choir of Scotland Girls Choir Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel with Royal Scottish National Orchestra on the 15th of August at 7.30pm. The best-loved operatic fairy tale of them all, from internationally renowned opera conductor Sir Andrew Davis and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra. Siblings Hänsel and Gretel flee the grinding hunger and poverty of their home, escaping to…