There's an innovative range of social events on offer, among them a Tea Dance in the Titanic Suite, a 'steerage class' evening, and an afternoon of drama, music and cinema. You can find details of these and more in the downloadable brochure.
There's also a great line-up of talks hosted by PRONI, FindMyPast, the Ulster Historical Foundation and the Linenhall Library that will be of interest to genealogists. Details of these talks are not included in the brochure, so I've listed the programme below. Each lecture will be presented in the Andrews Gallery, which is within the Titanic Belfast building but does not give access to the Titanic Experience. The talks are free and you don't need to book. Just turn up in good time.
Tuesday 5 November
|11:30am||A Century of Change, Conflict&Transformation: Northern Ireland 1911-2011, with PRONI|
|2:00pm||How to start your family tree – a beginner's guide, with FindMyPast.ie|
Wednesday 6 November
|11:30am||Cartoons and Postcards of 20th-century Ireland, with the LinenHall Library|
Thursday 7 November
|11:30am||Made in Belfast: Titanic Industries, with PRONI|
|2:00pm||Introduction to Family History, with the Ulster Historical Foundation|
Friday 8 November
|11:30am||Online sources for family and local history, with PRONI|
|2:00pm||Trace ancestors who travelled to GB, USA, Australia and more, with FindMyPast.ie|
Saturday 9 November
|11:30am||Art in the Archives (exploring cinema, radio, theatre etc), with PRONI|
*standard entry charge is normally £14.75