Tickets for the above are now sold out.   


About Us

The Gaelic Society of Inverness was established in 1871 for the purpose of “cultivating the language, poetry and music of the Scottish Highlands and generally furthering the interests of the Gaelic-speaking people”.  Currently we...

  • arrange series of talks on Highland history and Gaelic culture

  • publish a volume of Transactions every two years 

  • organise an annual memorial service at Culloden Battlefield

  • organise a showcase of Gaelic music and song

  • run an escorted coach trip and a dinner

  • take part, with others, in campaigns relating to our core interests

  • support projects commemorating eminent individuals and events.



Local historian Jim Miller gave an interesting talk to the Gaelic Society on Friday February 22nd on what Inverness was like in 1715, including the events of the Jacobite Rising of that year, 

Other news

Our Chief Murdo Beaton’s illustrated talk on his World War I battlefield tours can be accessed by clicking on here.          

Back copies of our Transactions are available for sale through our online shop: see the list of Contents at the foot of this page.

For updated versions of the indexes to the Transactions, go to Archive/Transactions above and choose the appropriate link.

For a short history of GSI click on: Eachdraidh.

2018/19 SYLLABUS





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