Manchester Histories Festival

Destination Ireland

Screening of fascinating and rarely seen documentary and private film footage that tells the journeys of Irish people between Ireland and Manchester from the 1930s to the 1980s.

Drawn from the collections of the Northwest Film Archive at MMU, this collection of short films from a variety of sources, offers a unique view into the history, heritage, landscapes and social life of Ireland and the Irish, at work and at play, in the mid-twentieth century.

Organised by the Irish Diaspora Foundation.

Dates

Sun 5 Jun 2016 6.30pm

Venue

Irish World Heritage Centre

1 Irish Town Way Cheetham Manchester, M8 0RY

Price

Full ticket price £3, Students, OAPs, unwaged £1.50

Tickets

Phone
0161 205 4007

More information

Phone
0161 205 4007
Email
culture@iwhc.com
Website
Click here

Suitable for

12+

Event category

Irish, Migration

Event type

Be entertained

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