14 April at 7 pm will see the launch of our latest live event, Canadh agus Caint. We will start off by learning a simple song in Irish, and then see where the conversation takes us. Irish speakers of all levels are welcome, from complete beginners (we recommend Duolingo) to fluent Gaeilgeoirí. As usual, you need to register for this in advance by emailing email@example.com, and a short vocabulary cheat sheet will be sent out with the link, as well as the words to the song.
Canadh agus Caint will be hosted by our artistic director Mary Tynan and contributor Suzanne Ledwith. See you there!
Ar 14ú Aibrean, ag a seacht a chlog, tá muid ag tosú le eachtra beo nua, Canadh agus Caint. Beidh muid ag foghlaim amhrán simplí as Gaeilge, agus ansin, tar éis an canadh, an caint. Beidh fáilte roimh daoine le gach leibhéal Gaeilge. Mar ghnáth, ní mór duit clarú le haghaidh an imeacht – seol ríomhphoist chuig firstname.lastname@example.org – agus seolfaidh muid nasc agus focail an amhráin duit roimh an oíche.
Beidh Canadh agus Caint óstailte le Mary Tynan agus Suzanne Ledwith. Bígí linn!
Our newest contributor, the multi-talented James Wren (our third James) is making his debut on the arts centre with this very funny video. He tells us a bit about himself below. Please note: this video contains strong language.
“I’m James, a voice artist and comedy impressionist from the UK but now living in Austria. I like inventing characters such as Charlie the Surrey Snob, Barry from Basildon, and a few others. I just do it for fun and upload a lot of content to Twitter. Hope you like it!”
Guests at the launch concert of Xanadu Online Theatre in September 2020 would have heard this song being debuted. Many people have had an increase in anxiety levels over the past year, but does yours have a name?