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29 Nov 2021

Lively schedule for Offaly Fleadh

THIS is a very busy week for traditional musicians in Edenderry and the North Offaly area with the Offaly Fleadh running until next Sunday in the east Offaly town. This is 52nd Fleadh Cheoil Uíbh Fhailí and the second year it has been hosted by Edenderry CCE.

THIS is a very busy week for traditional musicians in Edenderry and the North Offaly area with the Offaly Fleadh running until next Sunday in the east Offaly town. This is 52nd Fleadh Cheoil Uíbh Fhailí and the second year it has been hosted by Edenderry CCE.

Edenderry CCE and the Fleadh Committee hope that Offaly Fleadh 2011 will prove just as successful as last year and would like to thank all the businesses in Edenderry and surrounding areas who have provided sponsorship to help run the fleadh. Thank you to the Primary and Secondary Schools’ Board of Management and also the Management of O’Donoghue’s Lounge for allowing use of their facilities.

Wednesday, May 4

Tráth na gCeist, Schools Quiz in Oakland’s Community College at 7.30 pm

Thursday, May 5

Table Quiz  in Donoghue’s Lounge at 9pm

Friday, May 6

Official Opening & Gala Concert in Oakland’s Community College at 8pm. The concert will host a number of artists such as: Mol An Oige – A selection of some of the finest young musicians in Offaly; Offaly Harp School – A newly established harp school in Offaly under the direction of Niamh Denemede; The High Bank – A group of musicians and singers hailing from Offaly, Kildare, Meath & Westmeath. They performed at Fleadh Cheoil Na hEireann, Tullamore in 2007,’08 & ’09 and local artists. Admission €10 – Tickets Limited - order your tickets now from any committee member or contact Tom Bourke (087 6551198) or Jimmy Bracken (087 2826360) for more details.

Saturday, May 7

Competitions start @ 11am; Aifreann Na Fléidhe @ 7pm; Séisiun – O’Donoghue’s Lounge @ 9.30pm;

Fleadh Céilí in the Boys School; Gilroy Avenue - with the Sean Norman Céilí Band. Time 10pm – 1am, €10 including tea.

Sunday, May 8

Competitions at 11am; Coppers & Brass Live 6-8pm in St. Mary’s Secondary School, (Featuring Prize Winners and Offaly’s Finest Musicians & Singers).

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