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May 09, 2019

Irish Language Mass

The Irish language mass is read each month in the chapel at St Patrick’s College, Armagh (beside St Patrick’s Cathedral) on the first Saturday of the month. The next Irish…

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May 09, 2019

Successful year for Irish medium youth work in Armagh

A number of young Armagh Gaels joined scores of other young Irish speakers from Ulster and Leinster at a jam-packed weekend of events in the Donegal Gaeltacht. The trip was…

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30 Apr

Baoite in Dublin

AN TAIBHDHEARC & ABBEY THEATRE Present a major new Abbey Theatre Commission BAOITE By DARACH MAC CON IOMAIRE … it’s not the fracking – but the silence that will kill…

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18 Apr

Top Marks for Armagh Irish language learners

Over sixty Irish language learners in Armagh have completed a proficiency exam this week to recognise their strenuous efforts to learn the language over the past eight months. The learners…

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26 Mar

Cross party Westminster MPs call for Irish Language Act

POBAL, the independent advocacy organisation for the Irish language has said that a number of prominent Westminster MPs have written to Karen Bradley, the NI Secretary of State to express…

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27 Feb

Packed programme of events for Irish language festival in Armagh

Armagh Gaels are gearing up for a jam-packed fortnight of events for the annual Irish language Seachtain na Gaeilge festival. The international festival, which this year is spearheaded by four…

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Learn Irish

Are you learning Irish for the first time or do you already speak Irish? Cairde Teo language courses are specially designed to cater for the needs of adults at all learning stages, including those who are more advanced but in need of practice.

  1. Lower Beginners Class
  2. Upper Beginners Class
  3. Lower Improvers Class
  4. Upper Improvers Class
  5. Ard Rang
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Family Activities

01Jul

Campa Mhacha

Armagh's annual Irish medium summer camp, Campa Mhacha, will take place this year at the Navan Centre and Fort from 1 July to 5 July. Forms are now available from...
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Aonach Mhacha Development

Aonach Mhacha is a collaborative social enterprise which will build and manage a cultural centre in the historic heart of Armagh City. The cultural centre will also be known as Aonach Mhacha.

Our Aims

The company is a registered charity. All profits generated by the trading activities of the Aonach Mhacha social enterprise will be reinvested in the Aonach Mhacha building and in cultural, social, arts, educational and recreation projects in the Armagh area.

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