4am - Sráid Grafton. Can amhrán as Gaeilge / Sing a song in Irish

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Posted by Ravelóid on Friday, 4 March 2016

Watch These Irish People Attempt To Sing In Irish After A Night Out

Could you sing this well as Gaeilge at 4am on a Saturday night?

A camera was left on Grafton Street on a night Saturday night with a sign that said, "Sing a song in Irish", and that's actually what the drunken folks in our city centre did.

The video was created ahead of Ravelóid, an Irish language festival taking place at Ardgillan Castle this summer, offering a mixture of contemporary and traditional music, comedy, dance, literature, discussions, workshops and more.

Watch the video above to see how our singers got on.

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