Gaelic

A Manx Celebration

Hosted by Culture Vannin this is a celebration of Music, Song, Poetry, Dance and Drama from around the Island. Including: the Manx Fiddle Orchestra, Claasagh

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Beltane Weekend

Beltane Celebrations. The word Beltane originates from the Celtic God ‘Bel’, meaning ‘the bright one’ and the Gaelic word ‘teine’ meaning fire. Various activities around

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Castletown Festival

A day of pageant with a contests including Southern Belles, Carnival Queen, Holiday Princess, Bonny Baby, games, confetti and a fancy dress parade in the

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Celtic Gathering

Yn Chruinnaght has been an important part of Island life for over 40 years. If you have missed it so far, now is your time

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Celtic Media Festival

Predominately a film festival, the Celtic Media Festival celebrates productions which involve and promote the Gaelic Nations. In 1979, Michael Russell was working as the

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Interceltique de Lorient

The Festival Interceltique de Lorient in Brittany is an eco-friendly festival in celebration of the Breton and Celtic heritages in Lorient. Ten days of entertainment

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Tynwald Day

The proceedings start at the Royal Chapel, after which a procession is led to the hill for the reading of the legislature in Manx and

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Yn Chruinnaght Celtic Gathering

Yn Chruinnaght  is a celebration of Manx culture and the Island’s relationship with the other five Celtic countries (Brittany, Cornwall, Ireland, Scotland and Wales). Events

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