Registration for Campa Mhacha will open on Monday 6th June 2022 @ 12pm.
Please note we have a limited amount of places and places will be secured on a first come first serve basis only!
You must register online @ www.cairdeteo.com
For more information, please contact Cáit on 028 3799 8160 or email@example.com.
We welcomed Dr Ian Malcolm from Lurgan to Aonach Mhacha where he gave a great lecture on ‘Protestants and The Irish Language’ to celebrate Seachatin na Gaeilge. He gave a thoroughly interesting lecture to a great crowd in our theatre at Aonach Mhacha. To finish on the night the Orchard Ukes accompanied Dr Malcolm on the Ukulele and played a version of the Sash which he had translated to Irish.
Thanks to everyone who attended the event and a huge thanks to Dr Malcolm and the Orchard Ukes. It was a fantastic evening!
We were delighted to be able to hold our first face to face Intensive Irish Language course in Aonach Mhacha over Seachtain na Gaeilge. A great crowd of Gaels were present and it was great to see people back together and learning.
A huge thank you to our teachers and those who attended and to the staff at Aonach Mhacha especially those in Caifé Mhacha who provided everyone with a lovely lunch!
We were delighted to welcome the Confucius Institute @ Ulster University to add an international element to our Seachtain na Gaeilge Celebrations at Aonach Mhacha. We were treated to a traditional Chinese Tea making Ceremony as well as some traditional Chinese music. The Armagh Rhymers were also present and gave our guests a taste of our own traditions and music.
A fabulous afternoon! Thanks to The Confucius Institute @ Ulster University and The Armagh Rhymers!
This Saturday 4th March Clann Mhic Ruairí an Irish folk/trad band are coming to Aonach Mhacha. A family group, made up of siblings Tony (singer), Aodh (singer/guitar), Sean (singer), Dónall (singer/percussion) and Tony’s daughter Megan (piano and singer). As a family they were raised on the Gaelic songs and stories of the ‘Rann na Feirste Gaeltacht’ in County Donegal, in the North West corner of Ireland.
It’s sure to be a fantastic night!