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Causeway Coast & Glens Council to mark Irish Language Week with special online event



Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s Good Relations team will host a virtual evening of discussion, music and dance on Thursday 18 March at 7pm to mark Irish Language Week.


The audience can look forward to contributions from Catherine Pollack and Lisa Anderson – (Droichead Project - An Culturlann), Seán Ó’Murchadha – (Conradh Na Gaeilge), Deirdre Goodland – (Glór Na Maoile (Voice of Moyle), along with performances by Loughgiel School of Irish Dancing, An CorraÍste and the Mooney Family.


TO REGISTER VISIT:


https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/irish-language-week-seacthain-na-gaeilge-tickets-144628831729?ref=eio


OR EMAIL:


Bebhinn.Mckinley@causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk


This free online evening of entertainment is the final session in the successful Hear Here! programme of events. Beginning earlier this year with an event to mark Burns Night, it has explored Ulster Scots and Irish Language, musical traditions and the journey of Irish dancing.


This programme is supported by The Executive Office through the District Council Good Relations Programme as part of the Together: Building a United Community and Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council.