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Learn Gaelic online in London… or anywhere

Learn Gaelic online in London… or anywhere

Places are still available in City Lit's Gaelic classes for this coming term. As they will be delivered online, you don't even need to get into London to take part. So if your New Year's Resolution was to learn Gaelic, here's your chance to achieve it! And if you...

Åland – Neamhnaid anns a’ Bhaltaig

If Shetland is considering independence after the model of the Faroe Islands, perhaps the Hebrides should consider autonomy after the model of the #Åland Islands. Puts me in mind of Ruairidh MacIlleathean's article on Åland a few years ago...Cothrom Samhradh 10

Forthcoming gigs for London Gaels

Forthcoming gigs for London Gaels

GaelicInLondon's trusty gig hound (or should that be hog?), Domhnall Wilson, has been truffling out the tastiest forthcoming gigs for London Gaels. Here are the fruits of his digging. Tidelines Highland 4-piece Tide Lines will be playing at Omeara near London Bridge...

Còisir Lunnainn: Gaels in the City

Còisir Lunnainn: Gaels in the City

  This week, the London Gaelic Choir gave a performance in one of the City of London livery halls. Colin West reflects on the occasion.   The London Gaelic Choir is a venerable institution. It traces its origins back to 1891 making it, indeed, the oldest...

New Gaelic Class for Beginners in London

New Gaelic Class for Beginners in London

Starting this week, City Lit will be running a new Gaelic class for beginners on Thursday nights.   Details can be found here.   As any Gael will tell you, it's "a day's work to get started", so you can never start too soon!

London Gaelic Choir open evening

London Gaelic Choir open evening

The London Gaelic Choir will be having its opening evening next Tuesday, 21 January 2020.   Gaelic, music, tea, cake... What's not to like?   Hope to see you there!  

Forthcoming event in Oxford to feature Gaelic poetry

Gaelicinlondon.net has been informed of a forthcoming event in Oxford (details below) which will feature poetry from the Gaelic bàrd, Niall O'Gallagher. Come along if you can! (Free) tickets available here:   How do writers relate to the law? Thursday 6 February...

Mòd Glasgow 2019

Mòd Glasgow 2019

The London Gaelic Choir returned to the Royal National Mòd in Glasgow this year after an absence of many years. Eilidh Cooper Oliver was there and tells us about it... [Picture above: members of the London Gaelic Choir with their smart tartan shoes! Eilidh herself on...