Samhlú na nÓg
Samhlú na nÓg, complementing Cruinniú na nÓg 2021, is a celebration of young peoples’ creativity and innovation. Highlighting Ireland’s youth, their talent and vibrancy with three different strands (i) TG4/Cúla4 (ii) Cruthaím and (iii) TikTokDráma
Is ceiliúradh ar chruthaitheacht agus ar nuálaíocht dhaoine óga é Samhlú na nÓg agus é ag cur go mór le hócáid Cruinniú na nÓg 2021. Díreoidh an togra fiúntach seo aird ar óige na hÉireann, daoine óga sna ceantair Ghaeltachta ach go háirithe, caithfear solas ar an talann ar leith atá acu agus ar an mbeocht uathúil a bhaineann leo i gcomhthéacs náisiúnta agus idirnáisiúnta.
Cúla4 Ar Scoil
In the week leading up to Cruinniú na nÓg, Cúla4 Ar Scoil, will showcase some of the recently announced ‘Creative Call to Actions’. Tune in to Cúla4 Ar Scoil from Tuesday 8th to Friday 11th June to see this celebratory showcase from knitting to dancing and music from around the world.
We went on a search for a young Irish speaker from each county in Ireland along with one of the many talented young Irish of our Diaspora. Cruthaím gives young people a voice to express who they are and why they are so passionate about their creativity project. In the lead up to Cruinniú na nÓg, watch short films based on the unique expressions from young people. Starting on Monday 31st May to Saturday 12th June – watch on YouTube Cúla4 a safe space for young people.
A Debs Fairytale or in other words a classic teenage romance for the TikTok Age – featuring Gillian and Seamus. Follow bloc_tg4 on TikTok and find out what happens when boy meets girl on Saturday June 12th
This fun, hyper and energetic dráma has been developed by young people and mostly only features young people. These young people will be directed by the award winning writer Philip Doherty. After you’ve seen our #FairtaleTikTok wwe want you to start telling your #fairytaleTiKTok. Tag us @bloc_tg4 and use the hashtag’s #FairtaleTikTok #CreativeIreland