Failte Oirbh

Cabraich-Rafters, Community, Arts & Learning is based in the Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland.


Cabraich are collaborating as part of  Connect, with Theatre Companies in Lochaber and Brighton, to create online productions during Lockdown.

Cabraich have created a short bi- lingual film about fishermen in the Hebrides, for a National Library of Scotland Travelling exhibition. Film maker was Ruaraidh Urpeth. Quay Productions.


C
abraich Arts & Heritage have been interviewing the fishermen of the Isle of Lewis and the Isle of Harris in 2019/20. Publication Rotal Boat's Wake, which will be launched by Dec 2020.


Cabraich have been supporting the Psalmboat project a community project. Celebrating it's 10th year of gathering information about travel pre-road in boats and singing Gaelic psalms at various landmarks related to faith, in Lewis and Harris.
   


Cultural Products: 


Gaelic comedy by Cailleach an Deacoin CD is now available from ClachPress,clachpress@hotmail.com or lewisculturalproducts@gmail.com

2 Gaelic CDs by Donald Angus Matheson, Isle of lewis have been re-launched. Traditional Songs of the Islands and Traditional Gold Medal Winner are available again from Cabraich.

Laraich a study by members of the community, of Gaelic and Norse Placenames in North Lochs, Isle of Lewis. 
The 2018 publication is available again from Cabraich.

Two CDs by Roddy MacDonald Plasterfield a traditonal Gaelic singer and melodeon player from Lewis are available from Cabraich. 

St Valery Memories includes accounts by Prisoners of War from the Isle of Lewis following their capture at St Valery en-Caux June 1940. 
The 2018 Publication is available from Cabraich.    


 

 

 
 
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