An Feis Ghaelach – Flann O’Brien

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BreagSaturday 28th June

8.00pm

Micheál Ó Nualláin

Diarmuid de Faoite

Bréag

Tickets: €10

MichealSuit03Launch of the evening by the special guest ‘the brother’, Micheál Ó Nualláin, a brother of Brian Ó Nualláin/Flann Ó Brien/Myles na gCoipilín.

‘Myles na gCoipilín agus Cloich Cheann Fhaola’

Lecture on the connection between Myles na gCopaleen and Cloughaneely with Professor John Furriskey. Archive footage of Brian O Nolan in Gortahork

Flann O Brien Gortahork

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Readings from An Béal Bocht by the actor, Diarmuid de Faoite.

Bréag. In concert.

Formed initially to raise money for local Irish language schools, Bréag have become one of the most refined and original of acts their kind.

Over the last decade, having performed as far a field as Sri Lanka, Bréag have developed a Celtic fusion never before heard. The first generation of urban Gaelic speakers in modern Belfast, their Gaelic heritage permeates through their lyrics and music. With Eastern European and Latin American traditional styles, branched with roots of Reggae and Ska, Bréag give the listener, and inevitably the dancer, a unique musical experience.

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