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Alan Ó hAoire (ts7-27.odyssey.on.ca - 209.213.229.177)
Posted on Monday, May 21, 2001 - 10:38 am:   Edit Post Print Post

Dia Daoibh mo chairde,

I was wondering if anyone has attended the Irish Studies School in Belfast. I meant to visit it on my last trip to obtain a course list and possibly a few course outlines but I ran out of time. I'm pretty sure it's somewhere down the Falls Rd if that helps.

Basically I was hoping someone might have some info on the language courses as well as anything they might offer in the arts (instruments studies, Illumination, etc..)
I'll be moving over in late August, hopefully before the course season begins, but I had hoped to get an idea as to what it might cost to attend and if they offered part time courses.

Go raibh maith agaibh agus sláinte mór,
Alan Ó hAoire

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Cailleach (modem-36-112-60-62.vip.uk.com - 62.60.112.36)
Posted on Sunday, June 24, 2001 - 08:50 am:   Edit Post Print Post

You must mean Cultúrlann MacAdam O Fiach at 216 Falls Rd, corner of Broadway. It's in the local phone book. They mostly offer evening courses; you don't have to sign up way in advance. A group on the Antrim Rd started a day class, something like 10 hours a week; the people at an Cultúrlann should have info on that also.

There is a School of Irish Studies at Queens University Belfast, but that doesn't appear to be what you have in mind.

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