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SLIGO FEIS CEOIL  2017 
will commence on MONDAY APRIL 17th 
If you would like to become a sponsor of 
a competition,a bursary , a venue or give a donation 
we would be hugely grateful .
Please contact us at  email: info@sligofeisceoil.ie   or  call 087 9602866
INVITATION TO MEMBERS  
Please join us for the Sligo Feis Ceoil 2016 AGM on September 27th at 7.30pm in Sligo Park Hotel .
 If you cannot attend and would like to run for a committee position or volunteer to assist at the feis send us an email 

SPONSORS: 

RTE lyric fm
The British Council - Ireland
Hazelwood House
Sligo County Council
Sligo Tourist Development Association
A I B
Eileen & Ray Monahan
Ireland 2016 Centenary Programme
Stagewise
The Gaiety School of Acting

BECOME A MEMBER: 

  • FREE admission to all competition venues

  • FREE admission to the senior Bursary Competitions

  • INVITATION to Sligo Feis Ceoil awards ceremony in the Hawkswell Theatre

  • FREE entry into a draw for a 2 night Hotel break 
 
SCHOLARSHIPS:    
Colaiste Uisce,   Stagewise- School of Performing Arts ,Scholastic Languages , The Gaiety School of Acting, Royal Irish Academy of Music, The Yeats Summer School.
BURSARIES: 
RTElyricfm €1000, Hazelwood House €1000,  British Council-Ireland €1500, AIB €500, Soroptimists €500, Sligo Park Hotel €300, May O' Connor Family €300 
 "THE HISTORY OF SLIGO FEIS CEOIL 1903 - 2008" ..     AVAILABLE IN LIBER BOOKSHOP,  SLIGO
1916 Dr. Smith an adjudicator ,was very complimentary,“the Feis has done immense good; it is helping to train up the minds of the young folk and I have no hesitation in saying that there is no
other town in Ireland of this size that can show a likeness as far as music is concerned”.
1966 As part of the Feis Ceoil contribution a literary competition was organised based on the poetry and aspirations for a Gaelic Ireland of 1916 poets and idealists. The competition was based on content of thesis only, with no marks for vocal presentation. Excellent papers were received on the poetry and mysticism of Plunkett, Pearse and McDonagh. The winner was B. Mulvanney,St. Muirdeach’s College, Ballina, runner-up Francis Gillen of Summerhill College.
 
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