Gaelic Conversation

A bheil thu ag ionnsachadh na Gàidhlig? No a bheil thu ag iarraidh cothrom ga cleachdadh? Uill, nach tig thu do ar Cearcall Còmhraidh!

We meet on the first Monday of every month from 6.30 – 7.30pm (Scottish time!) on Zoom. Each month we invite a guest speaker to chat on a given subject before taking questions and general chat. It is the perfect place to practice your Gaelic with likeminded learners in a safe environment. Beginners & listeners are welcome and the sessions are completely free!

To register your interest in joining the sessions, please email Sophie at

Next session:

Monday 6th May 2024 Iain S MacPherson

Iain S MacPherson was born and raised on the Canadian prairie in a rural working-class family with Islay, Mull and Isle of Sky roots. Between Scotland and Northern Ireland he has been a university lecturer and researcher for more than twenty years currently living in Belfast and working for Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, University of the Highlands and Islands. In addition, he has been involved professionally in writing, translating, broadcasting and filmmaking since he came to live in Scotland in 1996. Among his publications, The Light Blue Book, edited and translated with Peter Mackay, was awarded The Saltire Society’s Award for Best Research Book of 2017 along with The Donald Meek Award for Best Gaelic Book of 2016; while his film Cabin on the Prairies was short-listed for Best Documentary Film at the Celtic Media Festival in 2010. 

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