Clr na Coimhearsnachd

'Sann sna buidhnean lonmhor a cruinnicheas gu cunbhalach gus cultar agus coimhearsnachd Ghidhlig a comharrachadh a lorgeas tu an t-anam Gidhlig Dhun-ideann. Agus, 'eil fhios agad, filte chrdheil cuideachd... bidh iad air an doigh glan a gabhail ro chilichean agus mhuinntir r.

Nochdaidh tachartasan fa leth ann an Cel, Ealain is Cultar nuair a bhios clr-cuirme iomlan ri fhaighinn

Cuirmean Cunbhalach na Coimhearsnachd

Buidheann/Tachartasan Clr Cruinneachaidh ite/Fios bho
Bothan Gaelic nightclubBothan
Monthly Gaelic night club and a showcase for contemporary Gaelic arts in the capital city
(G)
First Friday of the month, 8.30 pm till late The Canon's Gait, downstairs bar, on the Royal Mile.
Find out more about Bothan.
Cel 's craic sign and 
                      audienceCel is Craic at the CCA in Glasgow
A sister arts night club to Bothan.
(G)
Cel is Craic stages an exciting programme of monthly Gaelic arts events, generally on the last Saturday of the month. We've listed this here because many people like to make the trip West for these quality events that complement what is going on in Edinburgh. The Centre for the Contemporary Arts, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow. Visit Cel is Craic on Myspace.
Gaelic community office in 
                      EdinburghCommunity Office
A focal point for Gaelic groups and activity in Edinburgh.
A schedule of opening times and activities is currently being worked out. Close to Tollcross school, at 137 Dundee Street, opposite the Fountainpark entertainment complex. The office is upstairs. 0131 228 5035, fios@DunEideann.net
lunch dishGaelic Lunch Club
A lunch-time Gaelic conversational opportunity for Gaelic speakers/learners to come together in the city for lunch & dialogue in Gaelic and to hear a brief address from a Gaelic-speaking personality about his/her activities or interests.
Meets roughly monthly. Cost is 10 for two courses, glass of wine, and coffee.
Supported by Brd na Gidhlig's Taic Freumhan Coimhearsnachd Fund.
Mount Royal Hotel, 53 Princes St. Contact 07906 318561.
St John's Church buildingComunn Tr nam Beann (Highland Association)
Traditional performance ceilidhs
(g)
Cilidhs are held on the first Saturday of the month, from October to April (except January). 7.30 - 10.30 pm. Come to hear a wealth of top quality Gaelic musicians, and some Scots, with a different fear an taighe/bean an taighe each month, and refreshments served. 4 members, 5 others (membership 2 per year) The hall of St John the Evangelist Episcopal Church at the corner of Prince's Street and Lothian Road (enter from Lothian Road). Contact 0131 334 7005.
Argyll piperArgyll Association
Traditional performance ceilidhs
(g)
Traditional ceilidhs on a Saturday of most months. St John's Church hall, Princes Street. Contact 0131 453 5766.
Edinburgh Lothian Gaelic 
                      ChoirEdinburgh Lothian Gaelic Choir
(u)
Practices most Thursday evenings at 7.30 - 9.30pm (often a few drinks afterwards in Bennets Bar, Tollcross). The choir competes in local and national Mods, and performs frequently in concerts. Practices at Tollcross Primary School www.lothiangaelicchoir.org.uk
Edinburgh Saltire Gaelic 
                      ChoirEdinburgh Saltire Gaelic Choir
(u)
Meets to rehearse each Wednesday, 7.15 - 9.30 pm, with additional performance dates throughout the year SNP Club, 16 North St Andrew Street, Edinburgh
www.edinburghsaltiregaelicchoir.org.uk
Conversation Circle
Small groups at all levels, with experience assistance/teaching at the beginners' table
(G)
Every Tuesday 7.30 - 9 pm. 1 donation for tea and biscuits. Just drop in. SNP Rooms, 16 North St Andrew St (opposite the Portrait Gallery). Contact 0131 334 7005.
Cluicheadairean Dhn 
                      ideann performCluicheadairean Dhn ideann
Gaelic language drama group
(G)
Meets regularly to rehearse and experiment. Productions include works for the Festival fringe. www.cluich.org
Fis adult Gaelic singing 
                      groupFeis Saturday Gaelic song workshops
(u)
Weekly workshops on Saturdays, 1 pm - 2 pm. Each half-term session rums for about about 5 weeks Tollcross Community Centre. Contact 07514 948 268.
Greyfriars KirkGreyfriars Church Gaelic Congregation
Weekly Gaelic-language service
(G)
Service each Sunday at 12.30 pm Greyfriar's Kirk. www.greyfriarskirk.com.
Traditional (precented) Gaelic Psalm Workshops
(u)
  (details from fios@DunEideann.net).
Highland Annual 
                      Cilidh logoHighland Annual ceilidh
The biggest ceilidh in Edinburgh, put on by the Edinburgh University Highland Society on three floors of the Teviot Union, with three stages and a huge dance hall till 3 a.m.
(u)
Takes place each February Teviot Union, Bristo Square
http://gael.eusa.ed.ac.uk/
Stained glass window at 
                      family serviceComann nam Prant family celebration services
(g)
Currently Easter and Advent services are held. These take place on a Saturday morning. Augustine United Church, George IV bridge. Contact parents@Gaelic-Edinburgh.net.
Annual Gaelic Community Forum
(st)
Held on a Saturday each November, this is a major event with invited speakers where members of the community can catch up with developments, and have a say. With entertainment and refreshments. The 2008 Forum was held at the Scottish Storytellling Centre, Netherbow, the Royal Mile.

(u) freagarrach do dhaoine le Ghidhlig agus as a h-aonais, (st) bidh inneal eadar-theangachaidh ri fhaighinn, (g) beagan susbaint tron a' Ghidhlig a-mhin, (G) a mhr-chuid neo an tachartas gu lir tro mheadhan na Gidhlig.