fleadh


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fleadh

(flɑː)
n
a festival of Irish music, dancing, and culture
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Carter was born in England and spent his childhood there but made frequent trips to Ireland to compete in Fleadh Ceoils.
PLANS for a very special concert at the Fleadh Ibiza in the Mediterranean next April have just been announced by Gerry Flynn of Enjoy Travel.
Sinn Fein's North Belfast MLA Gerry Kelly was speaking at a Stormont debate on the Ardoyne Fleadh which sparked controversy last month when a rebel band singer called on Orangemen and soldiers to "F**k off back to England".
Just back from the Fleadh Ibiza where their Dixieland style went down treat, the lads are looks' forward to meeting old ends at the launch in Galway.
This week, presenters John Creedon and Aoibhinn Ni Shuilleabhain mix with the thousands of musicians and followers at the Fleadh Cheoil in Ennis.
He's the Yorkshireman who has become an honorary Irishman by following the moveable annual musical feast that is the Fleadh (it's pronounced flah) around Ireland since 1974.
Tenders are invited for the contracting authority requires proposals for a suitably experienced and qualified event management service provider (emsp) for delivery of the drogheda fleadh cheoil na hireann.
ENNIS will host Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann next year, it was announced yesterday.
Caitlin nic Gabhann is a three-time winner of the All-Ireland Fleadh Cheoil on concertina and an accomplished dancer.
Sunday sees a celebration of Irish music when the Midland Regional Fleadh Cheoil takes place in Princethorpe College, near Leamington.
Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann 2013 - August 11-18 - The world's biggest festival of Irish culture is moving north of the border for the first time since its foundation in 1951.