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Lecture on Armagh's Georgian Architecture

Lecture on Armagh's Georgian Architecture image

Thursday 28 November 2019, 7.30pm-9.00pm Armagh Robinson Library

As part of Armagh's Georgian Festival, architectural historian Kevin Mulligan will be giving the Annual Rokeby Lecture at Armagh Robinson Library on the building ventures of Primate Richard Robinson, 1st Baron Rokeby.

The lecture - 'From a Nest of Mud Cabins to a well-built City of Stone and Slate: The Building Ventures of Primate Richard Robinson in Armagh' - will explore Richard Robinson's role in shaping the Georgian city, and will look at the legacy of buildings that continue to define Armagh today.

Kevin V. Mulligan is an independent architectural historian, with a special interest in eighteenth and nineteenth century buildings. His published work includes 'South Ulster: The Counties of Armagh, Cavan & Monaghan' (Yale 2013), the 4th volume in the 'Buildings of Ireland' series of Pevsner Architectural Guides.

This event is funded by Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council as part of the Armagh Georgian Festival.

Cost: Free (Donations Welcome)

Contact: Pre-booking is esential. To reserve a place please use the contact details below. Telephone Number: 02837523142