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Gaelic Song Class

Solas Gàidhlig (Gaelic Light)

6 week introductory course for those who want to know the background to Gaelic in Scotland.

Introduction to Gaelic world
History of the language
Gaelic Song
History of Highlands
Gaelic music

PLEASE LET US KNOW if you are interested.   Dates to be arranged depending on interest.

Galloway Gaelic’s Lost Province

Day Conference Sat. 8th Sept. 2018 Catstrand Arts Centre New Galloway

Mary Ann Kennedy Concert






Mary Ann Kennedy’s musical career has been recognised with a long list of some of the most prestigious international awards in the industry. After years of writing and recording, the Gaelic singer from Glasgow is stepping forward as a solo artist. Her debut record An Dan reflects her passion for tradition and fearless engagement with new Gaelic music and songwriting.

Mary Ann will be supported by Catrìona McGhie, a 22-year-old singer from Stranraer who released her

debut album, Òran, last year. Òran features songs from three areas of Scotland which Catrìona considers to be home- Dumfries and Galloway, Perthshire, and the Outer Hebrides. Tonight, Catrìona will be performing a selection of these songs.

Annual General Meeting

AGM 2018

Suipear Burns 2018

Burns poster 2018

Gatehouse of Fleet Class

Class cancelled until further notice.  Sorry.   Please see information on classes in Dumfries and Glenkens.

Gaelic Day Annan 9th Sept. 2017

Annan Programme

Weekend Away in Perthshire with Margaret Bennett

Ochtertyre Song Saturday-Oct 7_Flyer

Na Seinneadairean (Gaelic Song Class)


The Gaelic Song Class Na Seinneadairean will restart for the autumn term on SATURDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 2017 at Kirkpatrick Durham village bothy starting at 11.00 until 13.00.

Please bring your own drinks or pay into the bothy drinks fund if you want to make yourself a hot drink there.

We’d be delighted to see class members old and new for another term of fun Gaelic singing under the brilliant leadership of Nicola Black.

If you have any suggestions for songs to learn or revisit, please let me know asap so that copies can be made available for September.

The termly fee will be £18 or £4 per session, if you would rather pay each time or can only make a few dates.

Please try and bring the correct money as we may not be able to give change.

Alternatively you can pay by cheque made payable to Gàidhlig Dumgal.

Further dates until Christmas are:

30 September

14 October      28 October

11 November  25 November

9 December

The venue will be in Kirkpatrick Durham, hopefully the community bothy, which has a fire for the colder days. If not, the venue will be KD Village Hall.


If anyone has any suggestions for songs, Nicola would love to hear from you so please get in touch: