Author: Victor Thomas
This year’s Royal National Mòd will start with the annual presentation of the Gaelic Ambassador of the year award. Friday evening will see the opening ceremony officially mark the opening of the Mòd in Glasgow with a speech from John Swinney MSP. Following this there will be a vast array of talent taking to the […]
Glasgow’s Leading Attractions are delighted to welcome The Royal National Mod – Scotland’s premier Gaelic Festival – back to Glasgow for the first time in 29 years. Taking place from 11th – 19th October 2019, the festival provides opportunities for people of all ages to perform across a range of competitive disciplines. Events will be […]
Mod Ghlaschu 2019 Say’s “We are so delighted to be hosting this year’s Royal National Mòd and hope that you all have a fantastic time celebrating Gaelic language and culture with us Please join us in celebrating the official public opening of the 2019 Glasgow Mòd from 8.30pm tomorrow night in George Square where we will be […]
With just six weeks to go the LiveArgyll, Dunoon Players and Youthstuff calibration are on schedule in their preparation to present to Dunoon the most ambitious theatre production the town has seen with seasoned actors from the Dunoon Players, young talented enthusiastic actors from Youth Stuff and the fabulous settings of the Queens Hall Producer […]
DCR97.4FM AT THE START & FINISH OF THE DUNOON PRESENTS 55K ULTRA MARATHON- A big thank you from the DCR97.4FM broadcasting team to Colin and the team at Dunoon Presents for asking us to help promote this great day -Well Done To All Involved–once again you have lifted the Bar-way and beyond Dunoon’s 4th Ultra […]
Congratulations Charlotte Black seen here being congratulated by race director Lisa Marshall
Congratulations Stuart Paterson, an awesome run
Benmore Botanic Garden and Benmore Cafe playing breakfast host to these hungry runners as they get ready for a mammoth 33 miles run in the Dunoon Presents 55k Ultra Marathon…thanks to Benmore Botanic Garden and Benmore Cafe and Shop.
THAT’S LUKE ALREADY TO GO –THAT’S WITH THE PA OF COURSE HE IS LEAVING THE 55K TO OTHERS
Tha Prògram a’ Mhòid an seo! £5 do Bhuill a’ Chomuinn agus £7 do dhaoine gun bhallrachd. The Mòd Programme has arrived! £5 to Members and £7 to non-Members. Avail at ACG offices (Inverness & Stornoway), Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow& Gaelic Books Council, Glasgow!