Storytellers Maria Gillen, Shona Cowie and Kama Roberts return with stories and songs from their Celtic Homelands.
This is the third event by the trio, in a series which celebrates the Celtic calendar of festivities through stories and traditions, old and new, from Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
This time the theme will be nature and nurture.
St Brigid’s day in Ireland is an important event and so this time Maria Gillen will be the host. With thanks to special guests: Paddy Reagan, Davóg Rynne, and Nuala Hayes.
We are delighted to be gathering in again to share stories from Ireland, Scotland and Wales. We will be recognising the wisdom of old traditions and making some new ones as we wish farewell to the year that has been and welcome in new light, warmth and intentions for the year to come. In the old times it was quite usual for people in Wales to set a spare place at the table for any unexpected guests, in this way we set a place for you-we invite you to eat and drink with us while you hear the stories.
Image: A cropped version of a painting by James Jones-Morris Music: ALAW ‘santiana’ www.alaw-band.com
A special evening of traditional Halloween story from three Celtic Homelands.
Three storytellers (Maria Gillen, Shona Howie and Kama Roberts) from Ireland, Scotland, and Wales combine their local traditions, song, and stories to weave a mesmerizing journey inspired by Samhain and Calan Gaeaf.
This event isn’t designed for children and could be frightening, Parental guidance required. This event was broadcast live via Zoom on the 1st November.
Image: James Jones-Morris
Music: ALAW ‘santiana’ www.alaw-band.com