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!
We had an explosive start to Seachtain na Gaeilge 2022! Clann Mhic Ruairí came to Armagh and we had a fabulous evening of music!
Thanks to Aodh, Dónall, Seán, Tony and Megan for a fantastic night of music in Cultúrlann Aonach Mhacha. The people of Armagh throroughly enjoyed it!
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!
We had a fun filled day at Aonach Mhacha with the children from Primary 6 in St Malachy’s Primary School and The Armagh Rhymers while celebrating St. Brigid’s Day
GCSE Support Classes taking place every Wednesday in Cultúrlann Aonach Mhacha @ 7pm.
Our classes for the Spring term have commenced, taking place on Tuesdays and Thursdays every week at Cultúrlann Aonach Mhacha with well over 100 people attending every week.
Our book club meet every Wednesday at 10 a.m. They are reading ‘Ón Taobh Istigh’ by Jake Mac Siacais this month.
Irish language evening classes in Armagh have recommenced for all levels of learners at the brand new cultural centre Aonach Mhacha … thanks to all the teachers and students who attended in Autumn 2021….. new term times are to be decided over the Christmas break and announced in the new year. Céad míle fáilte a chairde!!