Scéalta Dúnmharaithe, Rúndiamhra, Seanachas & Scannáin i nDún Garbhán

Scéalta Dúnmharaithe, Rúndiamhra, Seanachas & Scannáin
i nDún Garbhán ar an 16 & 17 Samhain

Beidh ciontú éagórach fir neamhchiontacha, a crochadh dá bharr sna 1880daí, maraon leis an scéal a bhain le fear a’ phoist a d’imigh ó radharc go mistéireach Lá Nollag beagnach céad bhliain ó shoin i measc na dtragóidí ón bhfíorshaol a bheidh á chíoradh le linn Deireadh Seachtaine Dúrúin Dúnmharaithe a bheidh ar siúl i nDún Garbhán, Co Phort Láirge ar an 16 agus 17 Samhain seo.
Ócáid í seo a bheidh mar dhíol spéise dóibh siúd a bhfuil suim acu sa stair, sa dlí, sa teanga, sa scéalaíocht agus i mistéirí, le dhá lá d’imeachtaí Gaeilge agus dátheangacha saor in aisce don bpobal. Tá sé á n-eagrú ag Oifig na Gaeilge de chuid Chomhairle Cathrach agus Contae Phort Láirge mar chuid de chlár imeachtaí Bhliain na Gaeilge agus Éire Ildánach de chuid na Comhairle.
Beidh scéalaíocht agus dearadh aghaidh fidil saor in aisce do pháistí, drámaíocht ar an scáileán mór, siúlóidí, cainteanna, scéalaíocht, amhránaíocht agus go leor, leor eile ar siúl, arsa Oifigeach Gaeilge na Comhairle agus eagraí na féile, Máire Seó Breathnach.

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Murder, Mystery, Storytelling and Film
in Dungarvan November 16 & 17

The wrongful conviction and subsequent hanging of innocent men for murder in the 1880s and the mystery disappearance of a local postman on Christmas Day almost one hundred years ago are among the many real life tragedies which will be under the spotlight at the, bi-lingual Murder Mystery weekend planned for Dungarvan, Co Waterford, on November 16 and 17.
Locals and visitors with an interest in history, the law, language, tall tales, mystery and mayhem, will be enthralled throughout the two-day, free programme of Irish language and bi-lingual events. It’s all organised by the Irish Office at Waterford City and County Council as part of the ongoing Bliain na Gaeilge and Creative Ireland celebrations.

There will be free children’s storytelling and mask-making, big screen drama, walks, talks, storytelling, singing and more, Irish Officer, Máire Seó Breathnach, revealed. And you don’t have to be a native or a fluent Irish speaker to join in. Many of the big screen events will be subtitled and several events will be conducted in both Irish and English, she explained:
“It’s the first time we’ve staged a Murder Mysteries weekend and we feel that it’s an appropriate time of the year to hold such an event. We have gone all out to provide something for everyone – be they Irish speakers, those with little or no Irish, someone interested in history, folklore, music and song, locals or visitors. There is a wide range of events and activities to suit different age groups and interests.”

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