A FEATURE by Roslyn Hames The Lake School of Celtic Music, Song and Dance is an annual camp held during the first week of January (2-7 Jan.) across tiny Koroit, a historical town of many Irish connections on the south-west coast of Victoria. The event offers a high level of tuition in the building blocks …
improve your Irish and make new friends!
Come to Koroit, the home of Celtic music in Australia!
‘I now believe that the spiritual life is deeply political’ p.175.
Colin Ryan, an Irish-language writer from Australia, makes his own of the language and gives it a unique Australian twist.
The 19th century is commonly regarded as the century in which the Irish language suffered a calamitous collapse: a century in which it survived on the margins, largely irrelevant in politics, in law, in education. English (it is argued) was the vehicle of modernisation, Irish increasingly the language of the poor, the old, the ragged tellers of ancient stories.
Her particular interest lay in the role of women in literature, myth and history.
Is cuid lárnach de chultúr na nGael í traidisiún na hoilithreachta.
Tugann leabhair ó chultúir eile léargas dúinn ar shaol daonna de chineál eile
A one week residential course in the Irish language catering for all levels from beginners to fluent speakers.