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CEARCALL CHALUIM 2017

Fri 3 Nov

£5.00

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’S ann le tachartas ùr togarrach - Cearcall Chaluim 2017 - a chuireas Bothan, an co-bhonn le Iomairt Ghàidhlig Dhùn Èideann, Seachdain na Gàidhlig gu dol am bliadhna. Mar urram do Chalum Chamshron nach maireann, a bha a' fuireach an Dùn Èideann fad mòran bhliadhnachan, bheir a' Bhan-Ìleach, Iseabail Nic an t-Sagairt, dhuinn òraid phoblach sa Ghàidhlig: 'Dè cho saor ’s a tha sinn an-diugh?' An dèidh na h-òraid, gheibhear glainne fìon' is cothrom faighinn a-staigh an asgaidh gu Bothan sònraichte sa Chanonsgait bho 2030.

Bothan, in partnership with Iomairt Ghàidhlig Dhùn Èideann, will open this year's Seachdain na Gàidhlig with a stimulating new event - Cearcall Chaluim 2017.

In honour of the late Calum Cameron, who lived for many years in Edinburgh, Iseabail Mactaggart from Islay will deliver a public lecture in Gaelic 'How free are we today?' A simultaneous audio translation in English will be available. There will be a wine reception afterwards and all those attending will also enjoy free entry to a special 'Bothan' in The Canonsgait Bar from 8.30pm.

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Location:
Scottish Storytelling Centre
Netherbow Theatre

Category:
Talk

Date:
Fri 3 Nov

Price(s):
Full Price - £5.00

Start Time & Duration:
7pm (45mins)

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Friday 3rd Nov 2017 - 19:00

 

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