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What's On

For information about learning Manx contact adrian(at)
For beginners
Monday morning at Greens in St John's from about 9.15am 
Tuesday evening: private house 
Thursday morning at Greens from 9.15am 
Tuesday 7.30pm at the Mitre in Ramsey
Lower intermediate
Wednesday morning at Greens in St John's from about 9.15am 
Wednesday 1-2pm at Lloyds Peveril Buildings in Douglas
Friday morning at Greens in St John's from about 9.15am 
Thursday evening in Port st Mary (private house) 
Thursday evening in Peel (private house) 
Thursday evening in Ramsey (to be confirmed)
Tuesday evening in the Albert, Port st Mary, from 7.30pm 
Saturday 10.30am at House of Manannan in Peel 
Conversational groups
Wednesday from 12pm at Noa Bakehouse in Douglas 
Whistle Stop Cafe by the Station in Port Erin on a Friday from 12.00pm
Thursday from 6.30pm at Surestrike Bowling Alley Cafe in Ramsey
Every second Thursday at the White House in Peel from 7.30pm 
Friday at 10.00am at Northern Swimming Pool Café, Ramsey
Most Sundays at 7.00pm– private house group in Ramsey (Tantaran Ramsey Manx Group - contact
Other regular sessions 
There is a meeting at The White House in Peel on the first Tuesday of every month from 8.00pm 
There is a meeting at The Glue Pot in Castletown on the first Thursday of every month from 9.00pm 
Manx Gaelic scrabble at the Bar George in Douglas on the third Wednesday of each month from 7.30pm. 
There is a Music and Manx Gaelic celebration the last Friday of each month at the Albert in Port st Mary from 9.00pm
Manx Radio Shows 
Traa dy Liooar with Bob Carswell on a Monday afternoon from 5.00-6.00pm on Medium Wave
Jamys Jeheiney on a Friday afternoon with James Harrison from 5.00-6.00pm on Medium Wave
Moghrey Jedoonee with Brian Stowell on a Sunday morning from 10.00am
Clare ny Gael with Bob Carswell from 8.00pm on a Sunday
and Shiaght Laa from 6.05pm on a Wednesday afternoon
Check out the news in Manx on Manx Radio here
and their weekly podcast of Manx language programming here