The Gaelic Club, Sydney
The Gaelic Club, Sydney is an Irish cultural centre and a social centre for the Irish-Australian community in Sydney. It is a place for live entertainment, teaching of traditional music, dance and the Irish language. It has a licensed bar, dance floor, kitchen and meeting room, which members and guests can use and book for functions.
The Irish National Association
The Irish National Association of Australasia promotes Irish culture and the interests of the Australian-Irish community, working closely with its members and the Gaelic Club.
The Association sponsors the School of Irish Music and maintains the Albert Dryer library, both located in the club, and the 1798 Memorial in Waverley Cemetery.
Restless Legs Fundraiser
On Saturday, 8 November, starting at 7.30 pm, we will have an Irish concert led by the All Ireland concertina champion, Mairead Hurley. The other members of her Restless Legs group are Louise Phelan and Maeve Moynihan on the fiddles and Ben Stephenson playing flute and guitar.
Our guests artists will be Fiona McVicar and Ken O’Neill, who play traditional music on fiddle and guitar from Ireland, Scotland and the northwestern shorelines of Europe; following the common threads and exploring the differences of each unique musical culture.
The night will also feature performances by set dancers and
teachers and students from the Junior Fleadh and music classes.
$15 at the door, accompanied children free. All money raised will be used to support Irish music lessons and cultural activities.
You can see their performance in Hobart here: