Ever feel like you’re missing out because you don’t speak Irish? So do we! So we’re going to learn. For the month of September Riverbank Arts Centre is going to become an Irish language learner. Our two volunteers Alex and Bridget are going to take part in the Ionad ag Foghlaim program specially created by the bi-lingual theatre company Moonfish Theatre, with the support of Foras na Gaeilge. They are going to introduce us to new, fun tools to learn how to speak Irish. Do you want to join us? Get in touch! We’ll be posting about our adventures in Irish-language learning here and on Twitter, so watch this space. #ionadagfoghlaim
What is Ionad ag Foghaim?
This is a scheme to promote the Irish language in theatres and arts centres
around the country. It encourages staff members and audiences with an interest in the language to get
involved in Irish language events and to use the cúpla focal. For more information, talk to us at the Box Office, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or check out moonfishtheatre.com.
About Foras na Gaeilge
Foras na Gaeilge is responsible for the promotion of the Irish language throughout the island of Ireland. Full details on www.gaeilge.ie