Éigse na Tríonóide and Seachtain na Gaeilge in Trinity College Dublin

Dr Eoin Mac Cárthaigh Head of Department, Department of Irish and Celtic Studies in Trinity College Dublin.

Dr Eoin Mac Cárthaigh Head of Department, Department of Irish and Celtic Studies in Trinity College Dublin.

Éigse na Tríonóide, Trinity College Dublin’s annual Irish language festival, and Seachtain na Gaeilge, will take place online from 1st-5th March 2021.

The main events will include:

  • Special guest speakers at the Éigse launch;
  • An informative talk on the history of the Irish language in Trinity from two graduates of the university;
  • A night of music, singing, and poetry with Cúirt Éigse;
  • A Gàidhlig singing workshop, a dramatical and musical performance of Casadh an tSúgáin.

The guest speakers at the launch of the festival on Monday 1st March at 7.00 pm are:

Megan O’Connor: Founder of ‘Múinteoir Meg’ on social media and graduate of Trinity
An Dr Eoin Mac Cárthaigh: Head of Department, Department of Irish and Celtic Studies in Trinity
Kitty Ní Houlihán: Drag queen and LGBTQ+ rights activist.

Go to https://linktr.ee/EigsenaTrionoide for further information and registration links.

 

Megan O'Connor, Founder of ‘Múinteoir Meg’ on social media, and graduate of Trinity College Dublin

Megan O’Connor, Founder of ‘Múinteoir Meg’ on social media, and graduate of Trinity College Dublin

Kitty Ní Houlihán, Drag queen and LGBTQ+ rights activist.

Kitty Ní Houlihán, Drag queen and LGBTQ+ rights activist.

 

 

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