Coinnigí súil ar ócáidí a bheas ag tarlú ar fud an chondae le linn Seachtain Náisiúnta na hOidhreachta. Bígí liom fhéin ag Caisleán Bhun Raite le taispeántaisí amhránaíochta ar an sean-nós ón 17ú -20ú Lúnasa / Keep an eye out for events happening around the county for National Heritage Week. Join me for a sean-nós singing presentation at Bunratty Castle from 17th-20th of August. Tuilleadh eolais/More information: www.bunrattycastle.ie/events/heritage-week

Recommended Viewing on TG4 / Is Fiú Breathnú ar seo ar TG4:

”Báisteach”, 19:30, Dé Máirt/Tuesday, 22ú Lúnasa/August, TG4. Sa tsraith seo caithfear súil ar chuid den mhistéir a bhaineann le báisteach agus an lorg a fhágann sí ar chultúir na cruinne, an tionchar atá aici ar ealaíontóirí, an rath a thagann ar chomhlachtaí mar gheall uirthi agus faoin mbeathú atá inti. Tabharfaidh Seán Mac an tSíthigh cuairt ar cheann de thoibreacha beannaithe na hÉireann. Gheobhaidh muid amach faoin mbealach a shuaimhníonn an bháisteach muid, agus feicfidh muid an bhfuil fírinne ar bith sna traidisiún a bhaineann le Leanbh Phrág!  / ”Báisteach” delves into some of the mysteries behind this most commonplace phenomenon, rain. We discover how rain affects cultures around the world: how it influences artists, allows businesses to flourish and how societies have always appealed to it’s life giving properties. Seán Mac an tSíthigh visits one of Ireland’s many holy wells, we find out about how rain affects our minds and calms us and we put the tradition of the Child of Prague to the test at an Irish wedding!

IMEACHTAÍ / EVENTS:

  • INIS – CAINT AGUS COMHRÁ, chuile Dé Luain ag 11am sa gCopper Jug, Dé Céadaoin ag 11am in O’Brien’s, oíche Déardaoin sa Temple Gate (8pm), agus Dé Sathairn i nGlór, 11am-12pm Déan teagmháil leo ag: caintaguscomhra@outlook.com
  • RAIDIÓ CLARE FM – ”Cúl-chaint” le Domhnall Ó Loingsigh chuile mhaidin Dé Sathairn, 9am. Seol nuacht chuig: Donal@clare.fm
  • INIS – Rith le Ruairí, chuile Dé Máirt ag 7.30pm, ag Local Motion, Sráid Uí Chonaill

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