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Earth lodge

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Storytelling in the Earth Lodge '07, Green Futures Field

 

Come to the magical Earth Lodge and hear stories from some of the best storytellers in Britain. Share this ancient oral craft at the daily workshop and story circle.

 

Programme Friday - Sunday

 

 

1pm       Christine Willison       Tales my Grandma told me

 

                                                            Accompanied by  daughter Mitzi on accordion.

 

 

 

 

2pm      Pauline Cordiner          Tales from the north east Scotland

 

 

 

 

3pm      Jane Flood                Stories from the four corners of the World

 

 

 

 

4pm      Story Workshop   Christine Willison will share the craft                                     of the oral storyteller, no experience needed – bring your imagination.

 

 

 

 

5pm      Guto Dafis                            Music and songs from Wales

 

 

 

 

6pm      Tell us your story         Storytelling circle for anyone who                                                                   attended the workshop and others with a tale to tell.

 

 


                       

 

Christine Willison www.christinestories.co.uk

 

Christine has been telling stories professionally for over twenty years in schools arts centres, museums stately homes and at festivals all over the world. Her repertoire of traditional and contemporary stories, myths and legends includes Celtic tales and is drawn from her family’s roots in Ireland and  Eastern Europe, from Wales where she lives and from her travels around the world.

 

She is the organiser of this storytelling space.

 

Pauline Cordiner is a storyteller from the fishing and farming traditions of the north east of Scotland, an area which was once inhabited by the celtic tribes known as the the Picts.  Pauline doesn't limit herself to Pictish tales however, and enjoys telling a variety of traditional fairy tales, creation myths and the occasional home-grown tale."

 

 

Jane Flood

Having travelled to the four corners of the world, Jane Flood has a word hoard of over 300 traditional stories (most of which she has forgotten!) She has been a storyteller for so long now that she is a little unsure about what is truth and what is life. Having performed in a thousand strange and alarming settings her sense of humour and brilliant image making have ensured that she is still able to eat, drink and stay happy.

 

 

Guto Dafis

 

Storyteller, melodeon-player and singer Guto Dafis tells traditional tales of the supernatural from the Celtic lands and elsewhere in Europe with energy, humour and wonder. He has performed for children and adults in schools, festivals, museums, gardens and parks.

 

 

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