Comunn Gàidhlig Lunnainn, founded 1777.
Lean gu dlùth ri cliù do shinnsir
Céilidh with Darren MacLean
Skye Royal National Mòd Gold Medallist 2003 & Traditional Medallist 2009
Saturday 18 February 2012, 7.30pm
Crown Court Church, Russell Street, Covent Garden (nearest Tube: Covent Garden or Charing Cross)
Buffet/ Raffle Tickets: £20
Gaelic Song Workshop led by Darren MacLean 5.00 - 6.30pm Tickets: £10
Combined ticket (workshop and céilidh): £25 To help us plan and cater for this event, please let Iain Fleming know if you wish to attend on 07762 077690 or by email to email@example.com Alternatively, please send the details below with your cheque, made payable to
The Gaelic Society of London, to
39 Henderson Court,
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Please reserve ___ ticket(s) for the workshop / céilidh / workshop and céilidh on 18 February. I enclose a cheque for £____.
Please also note in your diary: Suipeir nam Bàrd on Saturday 24 March with Pàdraig MacAoidh.
Look out for more information soon
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