BRITAIN: Irish World Heritage Centre, Manchester

Electric Generations: The Story of Electricity in the Irish Home will be at the Irish World Heritage Centre in Manchester in spring 2018.

About Irish World Heritage Centre

The Irish World Heritage Centre is a modern and accessible conference and events venue based in Manchester and is a major hub for the Irish community in the northwest of England with a diverse programme of traditional cultural activities covering Irish music, dance and Irish language groups.

The aim and objective is to advance the education of the wider community on all aspects of Irish culture and heritage, and the positive contribution of Irish emigrants worldwide.

This is achieved through the promotion and development of Irish arts, history and cultural heritage at the Irish World Heritage Centre, and by working in partnership with other Irish organisations and community groups.

Location & Directions

1 Irish Town Way,

Cheetham Hill,

Manchester,

M8 oRY

The Irish World Heritage Centre is located just off Queens Road, Cheetham Hill.

Free car parking on site.

​For those traveling by Manchester Metrolink, the Centre is one stop out of town on the Bury Line (Queens Road Tram stop).

IRELAND: dlr LexIcon, Dún Laoghaire, Dublin

Electric Generations: The Story of Electricity in the Irish Home will be at dlr LexIcon in Dún Laoghaire from 2 October until 2 December 2017.

About dlr LexIcon

The dlr LexIcon, the new Central Library and Cultural Centre, opened in 2015. With 80,000 items in the adult and junior libraries, 60+ computers, 100 study spaces and a floor dedicated to Local Studies, there is plenty to discover at dlr LexIcon.

dlr LexIcon General Opening Hours
FRI, SAT
9.30 AM – 5 PM
MON, TUE, WED, THU
9.30 AM – 8 PM
Please note that dlr LexIcon does not open at bank holiday weekends.

Location

dlr LexIcon,
Haigh Terrace,
Moran Park,
Dún Laoghaire,
Co. Dublin