Féile na Laoch (The Festival of Heroes) celebrates our cultural heroes, including storyteller, poets, actors, dancers, singers, and musicians.
The féile was inspired by the life and work of one of Ireland's true cultural giants, Seán Ó Riada, and this year we commemorate 80 years since his birth and 40 years since his death.

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Comhdháil Cruitireachta

Comhdháil Cruitireachta

Comhdháil na gCruitirí   (Saor in aisce don bpobal / free entry) (fuirm glaca páirte ar bun an leathanaigh/form for registering at bottom of page) Taoiseach an Lae- Laoise Ní Cheallaigh (Leader of the day- Laoise Kelly) Format: Painéal cainteóirí le cead cainnte ina dturas ar gach abhar.  Leannan pléadh ón úrlár ag deire gach...
Clár Féile na Laoch 2018

Clár Féile na Laoch 2018

1/5/2018   12:00 Tógtar anuas an bosca ón falla sa séipéal i gCúil Aodha agus osclaitear é ós cóir bailiúcháin de Mhuintir na hÁite – scoláirí scoile, daoine gur suim leo é ón dtaobh amuigh 7rl- ócaid phoiblí. Roinntear na brattaibh ar na leannaibhe scoile agus na pictiúrí agus brat an féile 7rl ar gach duine...
Official launch in the Abbey Theatre

Official launch in the Abbey Theatre

Féile na Laoch had its official launch in the Abbey Theatre today, where Seán Ó Riada was musical directory for five years. Among the guests at the launch were old friend’s of Seán’s such as the great flute player Michael Tubridy. RTÉ coverage of the event can be seen on their site at http://www.rte.ie/news/2011/0721/seanoriada.html

Coverage in The Irish Times 25/6/11

An Irishman’s Diary FRANK McNALLY, IRISH TIMES, 25th JUNE 2011 I STAND TO be corrected, and no doubt I will be. But it is my belief that the River Sullane in West Cork is very unusual – perhaps even unique – among Irish waterways, in being male. You wouldn’t know to look at it that...