Map of Stories Film Ceilidh: North East
(Thurs 1 Dec 7pm)
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 of the landscapes they emerge from. Hosted by Aberdeenshire-based storytellers Grace Banks and Jackie Ross, with film footage featuring Tony Robertson. More about Map of Stories
Produced by Transgressive North as part of Scotland’s Year of Stories. Hosted by the Elphinstone Institute. In the MacRobert Building, Room MR051, University of Aberdeen. Free, ticketed. Bookings and more information.
Originally scheduled at the Belmont Filmhouse, Aberdeen on 6th November. The Elphinstone Institute is deeply saddened by the closure of the Belmont Filmhouse and donations will be collected at the event to support University of Aberdeen students who lost their jobs when Filmhouse went into administration.
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.