Here’s your opportunity to improve the accuracy of your Irish language grammar and, in the process, pave your way to a possible new career in Irish language translation or journalism. Gaelchultúr, in co-operation with the Cultúrlann, are offering an intensive preparatory course in Irish language accuracy for those who would like to on this challenge.
A new exhibition from last year’s Gradam Gerard Dillon winner, Pól Murphy, opens in the Cultúrlann as Féile an Phobail kicks off. The installation features on the waste material generated by manufacturing processes. It opens at 7pm on Thursday 30 July.
It will be the night mythic meets electronic as Co. Kildare Gaeilgeoir, Eithne Ní Chatháin, gives a Belfast audience a first listen of her new album, The King has Two Horses Ears. The acclaimed singer/songwriter/composer will make her Cultúrlann debut on 4 September. She has received rave reviews from the likes of Nialler 9. You can listen to tracks from her album on https://soundcloud.com/inni-k/
Very special concert to celebrate the work of one of Belfast’s finest and most world renowned musicians and singers. Van Morrison himself will be playing on Cyprus Avenue during the Eastside Arts Festival in August and to mark the event (in co-op with Féile an Phobail and Eastside Arts Festival) we present a concert of the great man’s music by four accomplished and acclaimed musicians – Anthony Toner, Ken Haddock, Matt McGinn and (with Irish language versions of the songs) Mary Ryan & Dick Farrelly. Not to be missed! Sponsor: George Best Belfast City Airport.
Here’s your chance to compose an artwork which all of Belfast will look up to!
Here’s your chance to give Belfast an artwork to look up to! As part of our Farset project, An Chultúrlann in co-operation with project partners, the Spectrum Centre, with the support of Belfast City Council and the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, is offering artists an exciting public artwork opportunity….
The new alternative festival founded for Gaelic music, Liú Lúnasa will take place in An Chultúrlann from 28-29th August. The cream of the crop will be playing music, from young to old, with Irish courses also available to all! You can support the festival at Crowdfunder!
Gráinne Holland launches her second album, the successor to the acclaimed debut, ‘Teanga na nGael’, at a gala concert on 11 September. Guests on the night include Neil Martin, John McSherry and Dónal O’Connor. A great night’s music is guaranteed.