“Song of the month” aims to encourage the readers of this newsletter to learn songs in Irish and sing them themselves.
There’s plenty of information in this month’s edition of Nuachtlitir Ghaelchultúir about events run by the company itself and by other organisations. So whether you’re looking for a language course or an Irish language hobby, you’ll find all the best advice here.
Whether you have a specific goal in relation to the language or just want to do a class for fun, taking an evening course with Gaelchultúr this spring will greatly benefit your Irish language skills.
Gaelchultúr has been offering the Certificate in Professional Irish for over two years now and to date over two hundred people around the country have completed the course at levels 3, 4 and 5 on the National Framework of Qualifications.
If you’re interested in improving your written Irish skills or if you would like brush up on your grammar and learn the complicated rules of the language, it would be worth your while doing Gaelchultúr’s intensive course in written Irish, Dianchúrsa Ullmhúcháin i gCruinneas na Gaeilge, which will run from February to May 2015.
The best of music, craic and culture from County Donegal will be showcased over two nights at an event in Dublin this week, which will include a one-man play by Noel Ó Gallchóir and performances from various other artistes.