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Conradh Na Gaeilge Events : GAELS LE CHEILE , APRIL 20th
Posted by oifig on 2013/4/4 21:59:08 (2214 reads)

Bringing together Scottish and Irish Gaelic culture through language, music & dance!

An Lòchran and Conradh na Gaeilge Glaschú present the 10th in our series of events celebrating Scottish & Irish Gaelic culture in Glasgow.

SATURDAY, APRIL 20th / Dé Sathairn, 20ú Aibreán

Day: **LANGUAGE CLASSES / Ranganna Teanga **


An evening of music, song, story and dance!
Oíche le Ceol, Amhrán, Scéal agus damhsa!

Location: West of Scotland Cricket Club, 40-44 Peel St, Partick, G11 5LU
Time: 8pm / Cost: £3 / Bar / Tea & Coffee

Featuring performances from local Irish & Scottish musicians and singers including Ceoltóirí Chonradh na Gaeilge singing group .

‘Cois Tine’or ‘Taigh Cèilidh’ both refer to traditional evenings where people would gather to play music, sing, dance and share stories.
We hope with our series of events we can capture the spirit of such nights and also give a unique opportunity for the Gaels around Glasgow to come together.

**** LANGUAGE CLASSES / Ranganna Teanga ****

GAEILGE (Irish) at Beginner & Intermediate & Advanced levels
GAIDHLIG (Scottish Gaelic) at Beginner & Intermediate & Advanced levels

Time: 10am – 4pm / Cost: Full-day £10(£6) / Half-day £5(£3)
Location: An Lèanag, Glasgow Gaelic Centre, 22 Mansfield Street, G11 5QP

For more information or to book class places:
0141 433 9495 |

Hope to see youse there!
Tá súil againn go mbeidh sibh ábalta teacht, beidh craic againn gan dabht!

An Lòchran & Conradh na Gaeilge are very grateful for the support of Colmcille ( to allow us to put on these events.

We would be grateful if you would pass this on to anyone who may be interested.
Bheadh muid an-bhuíoch daoibh chun an eolas seo a scaipeadh amach chuige duine ar bith agus seans go mbeadh súim acu.

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