It’s a Fine Thing to Sing: ITSC/Gaulin Singing Session, Paris

A special Gaulin/ITSC Singing Session will also take place featuring Grace Toland as guest singer on Thursday 14 March 2024 in Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris. This session is part of a two-day visit by Bob Gallagher and ITSC to share our documentary, It’s Fine Thing to Sing: Songs and singers of the Inishowen Peninsula which […]

It’s a Fine Thing to Sing: Paris Screening

Bob Gallagher/ITSC are delighted to share that our documentary, It’s Fine Thing to Sing: Songs and singers of the Inishowen Peninsula will screen in Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris as part of the their St Patrick’s Day celebration. A special Gaulin/ITSC Singing Session will also take place featuring Grace Toland as guest singer on Thursday 14 […]

It’s a Fine Thing to Sing: Séamus Ennis Arts Centre

The first 2024 screening of the Bob Gallagher/ITSC film on the songs and singers of Inishowen takes place in the Séamus Ennis Arts Centre, Naul, Co. Dublin. When singers Ian Lynch (Lankum), Ye Vagabonds and The Henry Girls are invited by Inishowen Traditional Singers’ Circle to create their own interpretations of songs from the Inishowen […]

Tom Munnelly – Fear na n-amhrán

Inishowen Traditional Singers’ Circle is delighted to be featured in a new TG4 documentary on the life of song collector Tom Munnelly. The programme directed & produced by Sorcha Glackin, will air Christmas Eve, at 8:15 pm. Tom’s first recording trip to Inishowen in 1984, was to open a door to a lifetime of friendship […]

It’s a Fine Thing to Sing: Kerry Screening

Bob Gallagher/ITSC film is heading south to the Kerry International Film Festival. When singers Ian Lynch (Lankum), Ye Vagabonds and The Henry Girls are invited by Inishowen Traditional Singers’ Circle to create their own interpretations of songs from the Inishowen Song Project, the audience is invited into a vast collection of local songs, documented over 40 […]

It’s a Fine Thing to Sing: Belfast Screening

Bob Gallagher/ITSC film will have its Northern Ireland premiere at Now Press Play: a Festival of Music on Film. When singers Ian Lynch (Lankum), Ye Vagabonds and The Henry Girls are invited by Inishowen Traditional Singers’ Circle to create their own interpretations of songs from the Inishowen Song Project, the audience is invited into a vast […]

It’s a fine thing to sing

The 60 minute documentary features Ian Lynch (Lankum), Ye Vagabonds and The Henry Girls arranging and singing six songs from Clonmany and Buncrana singers: Roseanne McGonigle, Dan McGonigle, Mary Ann Canny, Corney McDaid, and a visitor to Inishowen, Ardara singer Packie Manus Byrne. The recordings are framed within Inishowen’s stunning landscape, interwoven with atmospheric archival […]

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The latest project carried out by Inishowen Traditional Music Project (ITMP) to collect, record and present 23 traditional musicians and singers from Inishowen. The event in the iconic Buncrana Cinema is a hybrid offering, featuring the screening of a documentary film edited from the short individual films, followed by a live performance.