sangs an’ clatter is the village storytelling centre’s regular storytelling night, featuring top storytellers and performers from around scotland and beyond.
on thursday 27 august, in the bungo-lo, we are joined by guests ruth kirkpatrick, naomi o’kelly and daniel serridge. with their repertoire of scottish traveller-inspired stories, live music and cheeky tales, topped off with a dose of the usual tomfoolery and wordplay, this month’s show is not to be missed!
here’s a little background to each of the acts:
ruth kirkpatrick – ruth likes to tell all kinds of stories, scottish and international, to all kinds of audiences, young and old. with a passion for tales from the scottish traveller tradition which was nurtured by her early mentor, master storyteller stanley robertson. like him she hails from the north east and at times uses her ‘mither tongue’ doric. her love of scottish ballads and humorous songs also inspired her to work with the great ballad singer sheila stewart.
naomi o’kelly – naomi’s repertoire of cheeky tales are told with wit, energy and enthusiasm. offering a variety of stories from around the world, she’s guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
daniel serridge – amiable host and storytelling fool daniel, will keep the evening ticking over with his brand of tomfoolery and word play.
don’t miss out, buy your tickets here! just £4 per ticket if bought in advance or £5 on the door.
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