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TOGAIL NÀISEAN / BUILDING A NATION

Thu 9 Nov

£10.00

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Tha bàrd a dh’ionnsaich a’ Ghàidhlig, Martin O’Connor, a’ cur Building a Nation air àrd-ùrlar le cainnt is fuaim. Tha dualchas Albais gnìomhachais Ghlaschu gu domhainn ann fhèin, is tha e a’ rannsachadh a dhàimh phearsanta ris a’ ghuth, ri blas is ri dualchainnt, is a’ rùrach airson nam faclan a chailleas sinn nuair a thèid sinn on fhearann chun a’ bhaile mhòir, na faclan a chailleas sinn nuair a sguabar gnìomhachas air falbh à àite, is na faclan a chailleas sinn nuair a thèid air sgaradh o ar n ionannachd chultarach fhèin.

Building a Nation is a spoken word and sound performance by poet and Gaelic learner Martin O’Connor. Steeped in the industrial voice of his own Glaswegian Scots, he explores the personal relationship with voice, accent and dialect and unearths the words we lose when we leave the land for the city, the words we lose when a place is swept by deindustrialization, and the words we lose when we are disconnected from our cultural identity.

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Attend this performance and AISLING OIDHCHE MEADHAN SAMHRAIDH / MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM for the special price of £15. Please call 0131 556 9579 to book this offer.

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Location:
Scottish Storytelling Centre
Netherbow Theatre

Category:
Theatre

Date:
Thu 9 Nov

Price(s):
Full Price - £10.00
Concession £8.00

Start Time & Duration:
9pm (1hr)

Additional Info:
16+ contains strong language (largely performed in English with some Gaelic phrases)

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