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Author: Victor Thomas

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And the choir took to the Ferry to arrive in Glasgow for the Rural Choirs Competition with Ginger

A newly formed band formed of Sgoil Ghàidhlig Ghlaschu pupils, will perform for the first time ever opening for the brilliant Skerryvore and Trail West at the sold out Final Fling on Friday night at the Glasgow BarrowlandCaolas are potentially the next big Celtic music sensation nurtured through Mòd Ghlaschu 2019 as a legacy for […]

Well done to all all the Sandbank competitors at The Royal National Mòd in Glasgow this week. Special congratulations go to Dylan, who won the Gold medal in today’s conversation competition   We are very proud of you all. meala-naidheachd !

Wednesday marks the beginning of the adult competitions at the Royal National Mòd in Glasgow. Commonly known as ‘Literature Day’, competitions including drama, poetry and storytelling will take place throughout the day in five Glasgow venues , which is supported by the SQA. Competitions in singing will also be held in venues across Glasgow, with […]

A specially assembled group of musicians, under the creative direction of Mary Ann Kennedy follow a trail through the city’s rich treasure trove of Gaelic place names (researched by Dr Alasdair Whyte), history and people, discovering the natural roots of the Dear Green Place and celebrating how people have helped create one of the great […]

The Royal National Mòd (Am Mòd Nàiseanta Rìoghail) in Glasgow continues today (Monday 14 October), bringing with it the first full day of competitions in the children’s categories. Day four at Scotland’s biggest Gaelic Cultural Festival will witness competitions take place across drama, song, music and poetry, for young Gaels aged 5-18. The children’s competitions […]

Many folk took up the option to pre-book and dine in one of Princes Square’s many fine restaurants whilst Princes Square played host to the prestige’s Celtic Praise. An absolute feast of lively Gospel singing by Gaelic and English Gospel Choirs all in the elegant, prestige setting of Princes Square –Under the leadership of Gareth […]

Sunday will be a non-competition day with the annual Mòd church service and worship taking place. Alongside the service, there will be a special blessing of The Orcuan, a Hebridean Galley boat, which was a primary mode of transport for the Scottish clans around the coast of Scotland until the early 17th century. Built by […]

Congratulations to our Cowal Open Studios artist Jackie Stevenson who is celebrating being made a member of the Scottish Royal Society of Painters in Watercolours. Jackie says she is trying to capture the colours, moods and textures of the Argyll landscape using mixed media and collage. Her work she says is an interpretation of the […]