Donegal schools prepare for Drama Festival in Gaoth Dobhair next week

first_imgA total of 34 school plays are being prepared for a drama festival in Gaoth Dobhair next week.The Amharclann in Ghaoth Dobhair is the venue for the local schools drama festival organised by An Cumann Scoildrámaíochta on Monday 11th & Tuesday 12th March.Beidh na drámaí ar fad i nGaeilge agus is cúis mhór dóchais agus misnigh go bhfuil an oiread sin drámaí ag glacadh páirt. The plays will be performed over the two days by primary and post primary schools and youth groups throughout Donegal – from Gaoth Dobhair, Cloich Cheann Fhaola, Aráinn Mhór, Na Gleanntaí, Na Dúnaibh, Baile Dhún na nGall, Fánaid, Gleann Fhinne, Dun Fionnachaidh, Glasán agus Anagaire.Gaelscoil na gCeithre Máistrí in Donegal Town will produce 5 plays over the two days with each class in the school performing on stage – some achievement!Joe Ó Gallchóir Muineachán is the adjudicator. Admission is €5 for one session, €10 for a two day ticket and children are free for all dramas.18 plays will be nominated to compete in the Ulster Finals in An Grianán, Letterkenny on 21st and 22nd March with Pluincéad Ó Fearraigh the adjudicator. Tá fáilte mhór roimh ranganna eile ó na scoltacha freastal ar na drámaí le linn am scoile Dé Luain agus Dé Máirt agus beidh saor chead isteach daofa. Bheadh sé deas lucht féachána a bheith ag achan dráma.Tá fáilte roimh an phobal taille €5 an seisiún nó €10 do thicéad na Féile. Ádh mór ar na paistí agus na scoltacha uilig!Donegal schools prepare for Drama Festival in Gaoth Dobhair next week was last modified: March 9th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Direct Donations Now Available via Peer-to-Peer Micropayment Service Flattr

first_imgThe social micropayment startup Flattr has rolled out a change to its service today. As we first reported last month, users of the site can now donate specific amounts of money to Flattr users.Flattr lets users “Like” websites and content, but that action is backed with real money. Before this new donation feature was added, the money in your Flattr account was split evenly each month among all the sites you’ve “flattred.” And while you can still use the service that way, you’ll also be able to donate a specific amount – a minimum of €2, up to €50. “We think this will take the system to a whole other level beyond just tips,” says Flattr’s Eileen Burbidge. On every user-profile page, you will now find a “Donate” button. Click it and you can give some of your available means away. This donation can be made anonymously. As we suggested last month, Flattr’s new feature will likely benefit WikiLeaks, as Flattr remains one of the only ways to make a donation to the site now that PayPal, Visa and MasterCard have closed those paths to funding. Beyond the support for WikiLeaks, Flattr has developed a small but thriving network of users: since opening its beta, it has gained 46,056 registered users and has passed more than €114,057 through its peer-to-peer payment system.If you’re still looking for more ways and more things to Flattr, a developer has taken Flattr’s API and built Flattr4Android, a tool that will let users scan a QR code off-line. This code is tied to a Flattr account, making it easy for you to submit and flattr content via your mobile phone.With these changes, Flattr address two things poised to be big trends this year: the growth of mobile money and expansion of peer-to-peer networks. Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hostingcenter_img Tags:#NYT#p2p#web A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… audrey watterslast_img read more