Dublin singer-songwriter Enda Reilly writes in both English and Irish, and his Irish songs can be heard regularly on RTÉ Raidio na Gaeltachta and RTÉ 1. In 2012 Enda has had appearances on TG4 and BBC2 NI. He has represented Ireland in Inverness at Nós Úr a minority language song competition and his song Dónal Ná Fág sung by Aoife Scott represented Ireland in Liet 2012 in Italy. He also reaches out to younger generations through his Climate Change Songs Workshops initiative, bringing fun songs and environmental issues into schools and other groups, through Irish and English. In 2011 the poet Stephen James Smith and Enda released Arise and Go!, a collection of poetry and original works performed in a unique way blending spoken word and song. 2010 saw Enda facilitating workshops with The Monaghan Song and Poetry Writers Group, culminating in production of their album “Hands Together”. He also plays regularly in Dublin with the fun-loving collective known as The Lazy Band in Dublin. His debut album “Oxygen 21? is available on iTunes and can be heard and live tracks downloaded for free from www.endareilly.com. His next project after Arise and Go will be all in the Irish language, which he’s currently writing and recording for.