Online Event

Due to covid-19 live performance storytelling at the Town Hall will not be taking place.

That doesn't mean missing out on monthly trips into the land of story.


Friday 8th January 2021

8pm

The Green Meadows of Enchantment


David Ambrose and Steve Killick

On the English side it’s known as the Bristol Channel. For the Welsh she’s Môr Hafren, The Severn Sea.

It’s a world of watery superlatives, an estuary with one of the highest tidal ranges and some of the most treacherous currents in the world, the link between The River Severn, the longest river in Britain, and the mighty Atlantic Ocean.

It’s a world of extraordinary stories, said by some to be the gateway to mysterious magical islands, an elusive paradise of beauty and sunlight, far out on the sea…

Storytellers DA & SK have spent much of their lives on one side or the other of this fabled body of water, sailing these seas, walking these shores.

Together they now take you down the coast and back through time, retelling tales of saints and pirates, sea creatures and shipwrecks, leading you on and out towards the ocean and The Green Meadows of Enchantment……


Also featuring NEW VOICE Ailsa Dixon

Ailsa is a young scottish storyteller and musician passionate about traditional tales, both scottish and international. A graduate of the Scottish Book Trusts 'What's your Story?' teen development programme, she is currently part of the Storytelling Apprenticeship Scheme. She loves sharing the folktales, myths and legends that inspire and excite her, telling them 'eye to eye, mind to mind, and heart to heart'. 



You can get your ticket to join us online from the link below

Link to: www.wegottickets.com


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