‘The Belfast Blitz’ Friday 20th April 2018 at 8.30pm

A Monologue of the Belfast Blitz A thought provoking piece of theatre presented by Sharon Dickson.  Minnie tells her thoughts and fears as an eleven year old child after hearing that war has been declared in 1939.   This piece of theatre has travelled all over Northern Ireland and has been very well received throughout. … Read more

Talk Friday 24th March 2017

‘My Life as a journalist and broadcaster’ by Roisin McAuley Lee. Roisin will look back at the last 50 years in Northern Ireland from the perspective of a journalist and broadcaster.  The talk will take place in St Mary’s Parish Centre Cushendall on Friday 24th March at 8.30pm.  Everyone welcome.

‘Easter Manoeuvres- A Call to Arms’ Fri 22nd April at 8.30

The monthly talk will take place in St Mary’s Parish Centre, Cushendall at 8.30pm. The talk will cover the build up to the Rising, taking into account all the groups and characters involved, the polital machinations that paved the way for a rebellion, how it progressed and the aftermath. Sean Collins is a graduate of … Read more

Forthcoming Lecture. Friday February 20th 2015 at 8.30pm in Cushendall Parish Centre: “Was JFK a ‘great’ American President ?”

Felix.M.Larkin will discuss the legacy of John Fitzgerald Kennedy and will reflect on JFK’s contribution to U.S national and international affairs at the height of what history now calls ‘The Cold War’.Felix M. Larkin is the academic director of the Parnell Summer School. A graduate of University College Dublin, he is a retired public servant … Read more

The Social and Political Structure of North Antrim in 1869 by J. R. B. McMinn

( This article originally appeared in Vol 10 of The Glynns and is reproduced here in full) The Social Structure North Antrim was essentially rural in character, bounded by the sea on two sides and by the river Bann to the west. The only relatively large urban centre was Ballymoney which was the natural capital … Read more