Teanga an Phobail/ Language of the community/people – Liam Ó Corraí

Glór Dhal Riada is the local Irish Language and Culture development group that was established within the Ballymena and Glenravel Area in 2008. The group’s name is appropriate to the Mid and East Antrim area as it is derived from the ancient Gaelic overkingdom of Dal Riada that included north east Ulster and a sizable portion of western Scotland and its Islands. Dal Riada was founded by Gaelic Irish migrants who brought their Language, and writings with them. Ths song performance is from Liam Ó Corraí .

Teanga an Phobail/ Language of the community/people – Lorcán ó Darach & Louis Young

Glór Dhal Riada is the local Irish Language and Culture development group that was established within the Ballymena and Glenravel Area in 2008. The group’s name is appropriate to the Mid and East Antrim area as it is derived from the ancient Gaelic overkingdom of Dal Riada that included north east Ulster and a sizable portion of western Scotland and its Islands. Dal Riada was founded by Gaelic Irish migrants who brought their Language, and writings with them. This performance is from Lorcán ó Darach & Louis Young.

Teanga an Phobail/ Language of the community/people – Lasairfhíona Nic Ruairí, Harpist, from Glór Dhal Riada

Glór Dhal Riada is the local Irish Language and Culture development group that was established within the Ballymena and Glenravel Area in 2008. The group’s name is appropriate to the Mid and East Antrim area as it is derived from the ancient Gaelic overkingdom of Dal Riada that included north east Ulster and a sizable portion of western Scotland and its Islands. Dal Riada was founded by Gaelic Irish migrants who brought their Language, and writings with them. This performance is from Lasairfhíona Nic Ruairí from Glor Dal Rhiada playing the Harp.

Teanga an Phobail/ Language of the community/people – Conn Fyfe, Irish Dancer, Seven Towers, Ballymena

Glór Dhal Riada is the local Irish Language and Culture development group that was established within the Ballymena and Glenravel Area in 2008. The group’s name is appropriate to the Mid and East Antrim area as it is derived from the ancient Gaelic overkingdom of Dal Riada that included north east Ulster and a sizable portion of western Scotland and its Islands. Dal Riada was founded by Gaelic Irish migrants who brought their Language, and writings with them. This performance is from Conn Fyfe, an Irish Dancer from Seven Towers, Ballymena.

Teanga an Phobail/ Language of the community/people – Nigel and Elaine Black from Glór Dhal Riada

Glór Dhal Riada is the local Irish Language and Culture development group that was established within the Ballymena and Glenravel Area in 2008. The group’s name is appropriate to the Mid and East Antrim area as it is derived from the ancient Gaelic overkingdom of Dal Riada that included north east Ulster and a sizable portion of western Scotland and its Islands. Dal Riada was founded by Gaelic Irish migrants who brought their Language, and writings with them. This performance is from Nigel and Elaine Black from Glór Dhal Riada.

Inorganic Matter Live Performance

Bogside and Brandywell Health Forum held a virtual live event in the Museum of Free Derry with our Health Champions band, Inorganic Matter, made up of young people from the local community.

Walls of Shame film

Walls of Shame by French film maker Sylvie Garat, is a unique insight into daily life along the Falls/Shankill interface walls. 50 years after the walls went up in August 1969, this political documentary highlights the desires of both communities to move us all “Beyond the Gates”.

Key themes of economic deprivation, peace building, and reconciliation are dealt with in an open an honest way. The uncertainty and de-stabilising impact of Brexit is tackled as we try and plot our future journey together.

Belter Project – Live Choir Performance

CALMS presented a live music performance (on Thursday 17th September @5pm) and a live Choir performance (Friday 18th September @ 6pm) as the finale to a 4-week programme with young people that looked at good relations, mental health and emotional well-being.

The venue for the live choir performance is the Brooke Park Band Stand, Derry~Londonderry and the performance was streamed live on the CALMS Facebook page.

Belter Project – Live Music Performance

CALMS presented a live music performance (Thursday 17th September @5pm) and a live Choir performance (Friday 18th September @ 6pm) as the finale to a 4-week programme with young people that looked at good relations, mental health and emotional well-being.

The venue for the live music performance is the Playtrail Amphitheatre, Derry~Londonderry and the performance was streamed live on the CALMS Facebook page.

Tellyscope

An outdoor screening of ‘Tellyscope’ – a youth arts performance showcasing the work of participants of Crosslinks, a cross community good relations project.

Tellyscope highlighted the events of the 2019 through the eyes of out young people allowing them to voice what matters to them and what is impacting them.