Siobhan de Paor is a journalist, activist, poet, dramatist, ritual maker and teacher based on the Dingle peninsula, Kerry, Ireland, on the westernmost point of the Western World, Europe’s Outpost. She works through Irish and English.
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here to fill a function in the tribe, to call out the imperial side to capture the imagination of a nation with nets of silver to sit in waiting for God’s cast offs and metaphors and answers to the ‘what fors?’ to invoke and provoke and get my spoke into this celtic wheel and with a bleeding heart make you feel with the spoken word make it real
Eithne Ní Ghallchobhair is a storyteller/ seanchaí from west Donegal. She enjoys telling stories as Gaeilge about the exploits of Fionn and Fíanna Éireann and of the Red Branch Knights. She has won many awards for her craft, including Corn Bhab Feirtéir, Corn Mhicí Sheáin Néill and the All-Ireland Oireachtas.
When a language is lost it creates a rupture in the national psyche. To lose a language is to lose the knowledge of the environment and the accumulated wisdom of our ancestors, for without knowing our history, we cannot understand our present. We are in need of a cure.
We believe that by awakening the language within, we awaken ancestral memories and the wild nature that is our heritage.
To that end, we create a space and the activities for a person to connect with the wildness within and without.
We are a Coláiste Gaeilge (Irish college) in Co Galway, Ireland. Our sole mission is to promote Gaeilge, the cornerstone of Irish identity and culture. The Coláiste is situated in Indreabhán, a Gaeltacht area, where the language has been passed down for thousands of years. Students reside in Tithe Lóistin (local families) for the duration of their three week course with an average of 11 students accommodated with each family.
The purpose of TG Lurgan is to help & support learners in acquiring Gaeilge. It is easier to learn song lyrics than almost anything else. Especially if you like the song and you can easily listen to it over and over. This is great for acquiring new word groups and phrases while improving pronunciation. We are delighted that our YouTube channel is a world-leading minority language platform.
Each one of the 200+ tracks on TG Lurgan have been produced in a voluntary capacity and were 100% funded from parent’s fees. Coláiste (TG) Lurgan does not receive any state funding whatsoever. The YouTube channel is not monetised in any way.
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