BEIDH dhá oíche Chraiceáilte Tigh Hiudaí i nGaoth Dobhair , Dé hAoine, agus Dé Sathairn seo, mar chuid den Chabaret Craiceáilte, ag a mbeidh na ceoltóirí Donal Mc Cague (Ceoltoir óg na bliana 2013 ag Gradaim Ceoil Tg4) agus a dheartháir Micheal Mc Cague as an Bhoth, Contae Mhuineachán, Cíarán Ó Maonaigh (fear a bhfuil an ghradam céanna buaite aige) agus Caitlín Nic Gabhann, an ghrúpa Mo Hata Mo Gheansaí agus go leor eile ag seinm.
LOCAL election candidate Micheál Cholm Mac Giolla Easbuig has said that it is vital that the local community rallies behind the campaign to save Bunbeg Post Office from closure.
THE new book Language Resistance and Revival – Republican Prisoners and the Irish Language in the North of Ireland, will be launched in Teach Hiúdaí Beag, Bunbeg on Saturday.
DUBLIN based Traditional group The Bonny Men are heading to Gaoth Dobhair for their second appearance at the Cabaret Craiceáilte this Easter Saturday.
THOUSANDS of people flocked to St Patrick’s Day festivities around the county yesterday, but it was an event in aid of the battle against cancer that proved to be the big winner.
GAOTH Dobhair’s monthly Irish language music and entertainment event, Cabaret Craiceáilte returns to Hiudai Beag’s pub this Saturday with a feast of SKA , Rock, Pop, Blues and Traditional music in Irish.
VISITORS from near and far flocked to one of West Donegal’s favourite public houses over the last four nights to celebrate a very special anniversary with something it is known for best – top class music.
ALTAN’S Mairéad Ní Mhaonaigh has said she is looking forward to a fantastic weekend as the West Donegal pub where he performing career began celebrates its 50th anniversary.
THIS weekend one of West Donegal’s most famous pubs will celebrate its 50th anniversary with the first in three very special instalments.
THIS Saturday, November 24, the Cabaret Craicéailte at Tigh Hiúdaí Bhig, Bunbeg, will truly have an international flair.