Map of Stories Film Ceilidh: Dumfries and Galloway
(Sat 22 Oct: 7.30pm)
Enjoy an evening of multimedia storytelling where a world of local Scottish stories unfolds through the live voices of traditional storytellers and site-specific film footage of the landscapes they emerge from. Hosted by Dumfriesshire-based poet and storyteller Tom Pow, with music from Wendy Stewart and film footage featuring a series of voices from across Galloway and beyond. More about Map of Stories
Produced by Transgressive North as part of Scotland’s Year of Stories. In partnership with The Stove Network. At the Robert Burns Centre, Dumfries and Galloway, free (ticketed).
Scotland sparkles with stories that are waiting to be rediscovered... and you don’t need to travel far to enjoy them! From Dumfries to Shetland, Go Local for the Scottish International Storytelling Festival 2022.
In Scotland’s Year of Stories, the Scottish International Storytelling Festival: Keep It Lit invites everyone to the ceilidh; locally, nationally and globally. At the core of Scotland’s culture and identity is the hospitable hearth - a place of solidarity and welcome for friend and stranger alike. Round that symbolic fire, experiences and memories are shared and hope affirmed.