We brought the summer and now it’s time to bring the next season. There’s plenty to enjoy from this next programme of events, Johnny Óg Connolly from Indreabhán for very special musical performances of original work. The pupils of Coláiste Feirste will hold an exhibition in October. Naoise Ó Cairealláin, who performs under the pseudonym Móglaí Bap with Kneecap, has a new one-man show, ‘Minimal Human Contact’, that takes on an intense journey through the world of compulsive gambling. The show has a six-night run as part of the Belfast International Arts Festival, which also sees the return of the Poetry Jukebox, this time with poems in three languages
It is with great pleasure that Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich presents our Samhain Programme with a plethora of new events and programmes for all as we transition from Summer to Autumn whether it’s to go back to Irish language classes, try yoga, join a choir, enjoy music sessions, book launches, art exhibitions, concerts, book clubs, plays and more! We are delighted that children will be able to develop their creative skills in our drama school Aisling Óg and our music classes, Airneál na nÓg along with a new series of Na Bopóga for young babies and toddlers with plenty of singing, art and storytelling. There’s something here for everyone.
Gráinne Ní Ghilín, Director of Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich stated,
Times aren’t easy, and there are issues affecting us that we can’t control. We hope that our Samhain programme will lift your mind and heart and that you’ll find Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich to be a warm, welcoming place this autumn.
Róisín McDonough, Chief Executive, Arts Council of Northern Ireland,
Here, at the heart of Belfast’s Gaeltacht Quarter, this vibrant creative hub has established partnerships with surrounding artists and arts organisations, and this has further enhanced opportunities to bring people and communities together to enjoy even more great art.
Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich is located in he heart of West Belfast and is home to a range of different Irish language, artistic and cultural activities for everyone in the community. Irish language classes, art workshops, céilithe, events for young people, concerts and art exhibitions all take place throughout the year.