Coláiste na nGael
Britain's Irish language network
to the website for people in Britain interested in learning Irish or in meeting
people who speak Irish.
Coláiste na nGael is part of a very lively
Irish language scene in Britain and Europe. Coláiste na nGael and its allies
run Irish language events, which include classes, all
over Britain. This year we are arranging one and two-day events in Essex, Leicestershire and Somerset.
We are pleased to be able to bring
you a list of Irish Language Classes which take place
in locations through out Britain.
Good News: We are now on Facebook and Wikipedia.
Events for 2014 and beyond
Join us for these Irish language events
Seachtain na Gaeilge 2014
Saturday 1st March Lá Gaelach with Mary Clancy and Dónal Ó Céilleachair. Woodford, N.E. London (close to a tube station on the Central Line). Further details coming soon.
Saturday 1st March Lá Gaelach with Professor Liam Donal and Terri Lynk. Milton Keynes Irish Centre.
Friday 14th March Sean-Nós concert with Marianne McAleer, London.
Sunday 16th March Parade with Irish language banners, plus music and Irish classes, Gillingham, Kent (40 minutes from London King's Cross). Further details from email@example.com
Saturday 26th April 2014: 'Translations' by Brian Friel, The Rose Theatre, Kingston, London. Further details...
3rd May 2014 Irish Language Club. This Irish-only visit will take place at The Shard in London.. Further details ...
Later in 2014 Course at Knuston Hall, Northamptonshire
In early 2015 Course in the Isle of Wight
See our Events page for Application form and further details.
Gaeilge 2016 - Ar aghaidh linn!
At Easter 2011, Colaiste na nGael launched 'Gaeilge 2016'. This is a five-year programme of events to support and encourage the greater use of Irish in Britain. At present, people of all ages and ethnic backgrounds are studying Irish. We invite all people to commit to learning Irish so that five years from now, they will have achieved a high proficiency in Irish. Irish is a beautiful language. Commit to Irish! Commit to 'Gaeilge 2016!'.
AnColaiste@aol.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
or Christy Evans
at 14 Chelmsford Road, Shenfield, Essex, CM15 8RQ.
newsletter is now called SCÉAL It is full of information
about events taking place around Britain. It is available from Christy Evans, at the above address.