The Origins of Cork- Evening Lecture Series
Date: Tuesdays from 16th Jan
Place: St Peter's Cork
Tickets: Free Entry
It is with great pleasure that St Peter’s Cork have teamed up with the Department of Archaeology in UCC to deliver a series of animated talks on the history of Cork, entitled The Origins of Cork.
We will be hosting a a free lecture every Tuesday evening from 16th January for six week. Each evening, a new expert will sit with us and discussing a fascinating aspect of our city’s history.
With the help and support of Professor William O’Brien we will be welcoming some excellent speakers to discuss specialist areas of our history. The full schedule is below and we invite you to join us in the deep midwinter, to sit around St Peter’s Cork and listen to rich stories of Cork City’s heritage.
Space is limited so please do arrive early for each talk, every event starts at 5pm sharp. We look forward to welcoming you there. For further queries on these lectures, please contact Eileen O’Shea, Programme and Event Manager at St Peter’s via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
St Peter’s Cork & UCC Archaeology Public Talks
More information on the talks and events to follow, with frequent updates on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/stpeterscork/
These events are a proud partnership between St Peter’s Cork and University College Cork.
All events are free of charge and all are very welcome.
The Origins of Cork- a series of lectures on the rich history of Cork City