Irish History Month

Irish History Month

lots of events this march to celebrate Irish History Month

Did you know that throughout the month of March every year, Irish History Month takes place? An initiative brought about by the Irish Arts Foundation(IAF) in Leeds, Irish History Month exists to promote the many positive contributions that Irish people have made in Leeds and also to introduce new audiences to the vibrancy of Irish arts, heritage, culture, and history.

Previous years have seen a wide range of events across Leeds.

Some venues:

Richmond Hill Community Centre 

Kirkstall Abbey Visitor Centre

Headingley Farmers 

Headingley Enterprise & Arts Centre 

Ruth Gorse Academy (South Leeds) 

The Terminus (Meanwood) 

Armley Mills Industrial Museum 

Chapel FM Arts Centre

Leeds City Centre on Sunday 17th March
Organised by the Leeds St Patrick’s Day Committee, the Leeds St Patrick’s Day Parade leaving Millennium Square at 10.30am. This year Rob Burrow MBE will take part in the Ribbon cutting, which will mark the start of the parade.

Everyone is welcome and we look forward to meeting you at one of our many events.

Events are added regularly to the schedule here.

The IAF reserves the right to amend any programme details.

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The Irish Arts Foundation (IAF) Registered Charity No. 1101657

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