‘Às an Tobar’, the first Gaelic-medium literature festival held in Uist, was hailed a success by organisers Ceòlas Uibhist. The festival, which took place between 30th November and 2nd December, exhibited the range of work being produced in Gaelic, both by Uist authors or about Uist subjects. Over 130 people were in attendance throughout the weekend across the events. […]
**SOLD OUT** When: 20 January, 8pm. Where: Partick Burgh Hall, G11 5LW. Who: Beinn Lee and special guests What: a supercharged, Hebridean-style cèilidh and dance Price: £12 More information available on Celtic Connections website.
A Gaelic-medium festival of literature from Uist, featuring a rich breadth of genre and subject-matter. Songs and poetry, words and sayings, stories and novels, local literature as part of Book Week Scotland 2017. Many thanks to our funders: Bòrd na Gàidhlig, Creative Scotland, Scottish Book Trust and Comhairle nan Eilean Siar. Thursday, 30 Nov 7:30pm: Cèilidh: Read more about Às an Tobar – Gaelic literary festival 30/11-2/12/17[…]