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Enlightenment Festival

17 Donegall Square North, Belfast, County Antrim, BT1 5GB
Enlightenment Festival

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The inaugural Linen Hall Library Enlightenment Festival is to launch on February 1st to 5th in a special creative collaboration with two of the world's most highly acclaimed artistic producers in international multi-arts festivals and events, Seán Doran and Liam Browne.

The packed programme will bathe the library, founded in Belfast as a direct result of the Enlightenment, in a new literal and metaphorical light, as a past, present and future centre of excellence for learning, literature, innovation, arts and the sharing of information.

DoranBrowne Arts Programming & Consultancy has brought together the very best local, national and international talent from film, politics, academia, visual arts and music to give a uniquely modern twist to themes from the Enlightenment.

The special series of talks, debates, readings, recordings and recitals planned for the library and in other atmospheric venues across Belfast will catapult abstract centuries old (17th-18th) ideology straight into 2022.

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