GlobalWelsh Dublin Hub

My name is Evan, I’m the new head of the GlobalWelsh Dublin Hub – GlobalWelsh being a community of Welsh people wanting to network and invest in Wales. A number of city hubs have been set up already, to find out more please visit and feel free to register! I suggest the best way forward is for us to have two more meetings where we try to find more people who could come and to get to know each other better. This way if people are on holiday or have other plans next month, they have at least enough time to plan for the second meeting. I’m suggesting; 30th August– Sophie’s, 33 Harcourt Street, Dublin 6:30pm;  28th September – The Duke, Duke Street, Dublin  6:30pm
I’ll also talk to them about opening an official DublinHub Facebook or Linkedin page where we can all join up.
Evan ydw i, pennaeth newydd Hwb Dulyn GlobalWelsh.   Mae GlobalWelsh yn gymuned o Gymry sydd eisiau rhwydweithio a buddsoddi yng Nghymru. Mae nifer o hybiau dinas wedi’u sefydlu eisoes, i ddarganfod mwy ewch i ac mae croeso i chi gofrestru!  ‘Naethom ni gael ein cyfarfod cyntaf mis diwethaf a hollol llwyddiant odd e.  Rwy’n awgrymu mai’r ffordd orau ymlaen yw i ni gael dau gyfarfod arall lle rydyn ni’n ceisio dod o hyd i fwy o bobl a allai ddod ac i ddod i adnabod ein gilydd yn well. Fel hyn, os yw pobl ar wyliau neu os oes ganddyn nhw gynlluniau eraill y mis nesaf, mae ganddyn nhw o leiaf ddigon o amser i gynllunio ar gyfer yr ail gyfarfod. Rwy’n awgrymu: 30 Awst – Sophie’s, 33 Harcourt Street, Dublin 6:30pm; 28 Medi – The Duke, Duke Street, Dublin 6:30pm
Byddaf hefyd yn siarad â nhw am agor tudalen Facebook neu Linkedin swyddogol DublinHub lle gallwn ni i gyd ymuno.

Global Welsh Cwtch in Dublin 26/7/19

Helo o Gymru!

Apologies this has taken so long, but thought you may like to share this with your members.

 The first ‘Inaugural Global Welsh Cwtch’ will be held at 37 Dawson Street in Dublin on Friday July 26th at 6.30pm.

 Global Welsh is an organisation that is connecting the Welsh diaspora across the world to create a network of people who are Welsh or with connections to Wales.

Take a look at their website or Twitter; Facebook; LinkedIn or Instagram … they’re a phenomenal crowd who have already launched a hub in London and Tokyo and the hope is to launch the next in Dublin as they work towards connecting all of us Cymry across the world.

 I’m flying over for what they’re referring to as ‘The Inaugural Global Welsh Cwtch’ so would be great to meet you!


 Twitter @GlobalWelsh

 Hopefully see you there.



Tra bo dau – trip to Patagonia November 2019/taith i’r Wladfa Tachwedd 2019

Tango tours in Aberystwyth are organising a 17-day tour to Patagonia in November 2019 in the company of singers Rhys Meirion, Aled Wyn Davies and their pianist Menna Griffiths, where you will not only enjoy the numerous concerts and social activities but you will also be supporting the Welsh schools in this unique region of Argentina.  These two famous Welsh tenors will be joined by numerous local artists, to include singing gaucho Alejandro Jones, Billy Hughes and many more.  Click here to see the full itinerary.  Go to or email for more information.

Mae Teithiau Tango yn Aberystwyth yn trefnu taith o 17 diwrnod i’r Wladfa ym mis Tachwedd 2019 yng nghwmni’r cantorion Rhys Meirion, Aled Wyn Davies a’u pianydd Menna Griffiths, lle byddwch chi’n gallu mwynhau’r cyngherddau a’r gweithgareddau cymdeithasol niferus a hefyd yn cefnogi’r ysgolion Cymraeg yn y rhanbarth unigryw hwn o’r Ariannin. Bydd y ddau denor enwog hyn yn ymuno â nifer o artistiaid lleol, gan gynnwys y canwr gaucho Alejandro Jones, Billy Hughes a llawer mwy.  Cliciwch yma i weld manylion y daith yn llawn.  Ewch i neu e-bostiwch am fwy o fanylion.

Fête de la Bretagne / Gouel Breizh

Fête de la Bretagne 2019 – Celtic Music Festival

Saturday 18 May – from 6.30pm at the Cobblestone, Smithfield, Dublin 7
Tickets €10 at the door

To celebrate Brittany dayBreizhÉire , with the support of Région Bretagne, presents a Fest Noz with exciting talents from the Brittany, Irish & World Folk Music at the legendary Cobblestone Pub. Fest Noz is a traditional Breton festival with group dancing and live acoustic music. It was added in 2012 by UNESCO into the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

The craic will be ninety with these 4 bands: Sterenn le Guillou & Enora Jegou (voices of Brittany) , Clément Le Goff & Titouan Gautier (traditional Breton music) , The Klandestins ( fusion / balfolk) and Tamm Tan Daouad (traditional Breton music). Traditional Crêpes will be served on our special billigs from Brittany!

Welsh lessons in Dublin / Gwersi Cymraeg yn Nulyn

Draig Werdd is pleased to be able to announce that following the success of this year’s classes a further Welsh language class, will be held in Dublin this spring. The class will be taught by Richard Morgan and will take place in Gael Linn, 35 Dame Street, Dublin 2 on Tuesday evenings from 5.30pm to 7pm.

The course will assume that students have studied the first ten lessons of the Cwrs Mynediad book by the Welsh Joint Education Committee and have also made significant progress on the Duolingo Welsh English course that is available on-line and also on a smartphone app. The course book to be used will be the Cwrs Mynediad (South Wales version), which is available for purchase on the internet via Amazon, Book Depository, GWales and other websites. The course will also include well-known poetry, hymns and short passages of text as appropriate.

The class begins on Tuesday the 30th of April and will run for 10 weeks. The cost of the course will be €80 for full-time students, €100 for Draig Werdd members and €120 for all others. Classes will be limited to a maximum of 8 participants.

If you are interested in attending the class please send an email with your details to and Richard will get back in contact with you to give you the necessary details.