Celebrating all that is great within the Gaelic language and culture

Celebrating all that is great within the Gaelic language and culture

Celebrating all that is great within the Gaelic language and culture

Celebrating all that is great within the Gaelic language and culture

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Introduction

The Scottish Gaelic Awards reward all aspects of the Gaelic language and culture across the length and breadth of the country.

The Daily Record, alongside headline sponsor Bòrd na Gàidhlig are proud to host the most prestigious night of the year within the Gaelic community calendar. Celebrating Gaelic culture, education and language highlighting the excellent work undertaken to maintain growth and heritage.

The Scottish Gaelic Awards now in their ninth year, will take place on Tuesday 16th November 2021 at the Glasgow Marriott Hotel.

Returning to host the event will be Scottish Broadcaster and Producer, Cathy MacDonald.

Tuesday 16th November 2021
6:15pm - 10:45pm
Glasgow Marriott Hotel

Congratulations to our finalists


  • Best Contribution Award

    Sponsored by Bòrd na Gàidhlig

    Winner

    Eòghan Stiùbhart - Tillidh Mi

    Finalists

    Fèisean nan Gàidheal

    Marcas Mac an Tuairneir

    Young Gaelic Ambassador

    Sponsored by SpeakGaelic

    Winner

    Choirstaidh NicArtair

    Gaelic as an Economic Asset Award

    Winner

    Coinneach MacLeod - Hebridean Baker

    Finalists

    Outer Hebrides Tourism

    Peat & Diesel

    Innovation Award

    Winner

    Gaelic Algorithmic Research Group

    Finalists

    Alzheimers Scotland

    Eòghan Stiùbhart - Tillidh Mi

    Arts & Culture Award

    Sponsored by Creative Scotland

    Winner

    Theatre Gu Leòr ann an com-pàirteachas le BBC Radio nan Gàidheal

    Finalists

    Ceòl is Craic

    Marcas Mac an Tuairneir

    Community Award

    Winner

    Alzheimer Scotland

    Finalists

    Meur Chruachain - The Virtual Taynuilt Ceilidhs

    Open Book

    Education Award

    Winner

    Sarah MacKinnon

    Finalists

    Michael Bauer and Will Robertson, Am Faclair Beag

    Sgoil Stafainn

    Best Gaelic Contribution to Media

    Winner

    Sgeul Media

    Finalists

    A-staigh

    Sgeulachd Lorna

    Gaelic and the Environment Award

    Winner

    MacTV

    Lifetime Achievement Award

    Winner

    Bill Innes

2021 Winners

  • Arts & Culture Award

    Arts & Culture Award

    Theatre Gu Leòr ann an com-pàirteachas le BBC Radio nan Gàidheal

    Education Award

    Education Award

    Sarah Mackinnon

  • Best Gaelic Contribution to Media Award

    Best Gaelic Contribution to Media Award

    Sgeul Media for Dystonia: Beatha air Fhiaradh

    Innovation Award

    Innovation Award

    Gaelic Algorithmic Research Group

  • Gaelic as an Economic Asset Award

    Gaelic as an Economic Asset Award

    Coinneach MacLeod - Hebridean Baker

    Gaelic and the Environment Award

    Gaelic and the Environment Award

    MacTV

  • Community Award

    Community Award

    Alzheimer Scotland

    Best Contribution Award

    Best Contribution Award

    Eòghan Stiùbhart - Tillidh Mi

  • Young Gaelic Ambassador

    Young Gaelic Ambassador

    Choirstaidh NicArtair

    Lifetime Achievement Award

    Lifetime Achievement Award

    Bill Innes

Entertainment

Beinn Lee are a six-piece band from Uist in the Outer Hebrides. 2018 saw the band release their debut album OSGARRA. Described by renowned piper Fred Morrison as “a breath of fresh air”: “the feel of the Uist music runs beautifully throughout the album and the sensitive vocals and top drawer musicianship add up to one of the most exciting musical prospects I have heard in a long time.

Formed in 2013, the band are rooted in the west coast style of traditional music. The collective inheritance of Gaelic song and west coast pipe music of members Micheal Steele, Pàdruig Morrison, Mairi Therese Gilfedder, James Stewart, Anna Black, and Seoras Lewis provide a very strong Gaelic traditional backbone to their music, but their music of contemporary and self-penned tunes and songs are infused with diverse modern influences. The band have performed at festivals across Scotland, as well as in Belgium, and supporting Skipinnish at the Barrowland in October 2021 is a particular highlight. The band are looking forward to releasing a new album in the coming months!

Tickets

Booking Tickets

You can purchase individual tickets or tables of 10 or 12 for this event. Tickets are sold on a first come first served basis and as demand is continually increasing each year, it is advisable to return your booking form as soon as possible.

Included in the ticket price:
• • Welcome drink on arrival
• Official dinner programme
• 3 course meal
• Allocation of half bottle of wine per person
• Entertainment

Table of ten: £840 (inc VAT)
Individual: £90 (inc VAT)

TO BOOK PLEASE CLICK HERE

Single tickets will be seated at the discretion of Reach Scotland Events (single ticket holders from the same organisation will be seated at the same table). For those organisations that book more than one table, Reach Scotland Events will try to ensure that their tables will be situated together.

Payment Options

Credit & debit cards/Invoicing
We accept all major credit and debit cards. If you are a registered company we can invoice you directly for tables. Please contact Mark Russell, mark.russell@reachplc.com or on 077913 65466.