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Exhibitions, talks and events

Ground Zero flag Touchscreen and image boards from the Change, Conflict and Transformation Exhibition Group talks at PRONI
The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) regularly organises or participates in talks, events and exhibitions, often in conjunction with other local organisations.
Choose a topic below to see what is currently happening.
Parachute Mine, Cliftonville district, Belfast. 1941. PRONI ref: CAB/3/G/15/18


Information on the exhibtions which are currently or soon to be displayed
at PRONI's state of the art building in the Titanic Quarter
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Leaflet promoting emigration. The 'Gentleman' was Vere Foster


Our online exhibtions uses documents and archives held by PRONI to
explore Northern Ireland's role in history, from the shameful slave trade to
the gold rush of Australia. We investigate Irish history and the lives of
those who claim heritage from her, spanning subjects from the Great Irish
Famine to the infamous Ned Kelly.
                                           Find out More about our Online Exhibitions
Photograph of D'Arcy family wedding, 1930. PRONI ref: D2886/A/2/13/30


Information on talks and events that PRONI are hosting or involved in, including
day time history lectures and family history events.
                                          Find out more about our Talks and Events