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Cottongrass

Far to the North, an Elk watches over a Princess. This tale lies in the community of stories between our waking and sleeping mind, our hopes and fears, our imaginings and questions. Harriet Grindley and Maria MacDonell, with musician Kai Dudley use words, music, image and physicality to conjure a constellation of dreams from a momentous journey of life. Dip into dreams and desires, lost worlds and worlds yet unimagined. Imagine from the outside in, and the inside out. Created for this year’s festival and performed live at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (unless noted), all events in the Imagine series will be available online post-Festival. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.If you are a Storytelling Centre or Storytelling Festival Supporter, please add a full price ticket to the basket. Your discount will be automatically added at checkout.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Netherbow Theatre

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Live Indoor

From Floor Sweeper to Climate Pioneer

Discover James Croll, the Scottish janitor born into poverty and dogged by ill health who became the self-taught father of climate science. Using storytelling, props and historical interpretation, storyteller Nicola Wright will present Croll’s theories - which inform today`s study of climate change - and tell the story of his remarkable life to a family audience. The event includes a Q&A session with the artist. Dip into dreams and desires, lost worlds and worlds yet unimagined. Imagine from the outside in, and the inside out. Created for this year’s festival and performed live at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (unless noted), all events in the Imagine series will be available online post-Festival. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.If you are a Storytelling Centre or Storytelling Festival Supporter, please add a full price ticket to the basket. Your discount will be automatically added at checkout.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Netherbow Theatre

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Live Indoor

Handing On

“I never thought I was leaving my children anything of value, I have no jewels or money, but you’ve made me realise the simple things are treasures in themselves. Treasures because of the stories, the words we hand on…” (Margaret, 92). Mother and daughter Jean and Amanda Edmiston, storytellers, artists and plant people come together to share a new performance offering a magical glimpse into a multidimensional project of curating familiar family objects and inspiring stories that create real value beyond the clamour of gold! Video by Bash Art Creative. Dip into dreams and desires, lost worlds and worlds yet unimagined. Imagine from the outside in, and the inside out. Created for this year’s festival and performed live at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (unless noted), all events in the Imagine series will be available online post-Festival. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.If you are a Storytelling Centre or Storytelling Festival Supporter, please add a full price ticket to the basket. Your discount will be automatically added at checkout.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Netherbow Theatre

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Family Event, Live Outdoor

Imagine - Storytelling for Families

Blether Tay-Gither storytellers, including Sheila Kinninmonth and Owen Pilgrim, dive into the theme of Imagine through stories and tales for the Scottish International Storytelling Festival. This event coincides with the 50th anniversary of the Dundee Botanic Garden. Venue: Dundee Botanic Garden, Riverside Dr, Dundee, DD2 1QH

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue External Venue

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Live Indoor

Imagine - with Mara Menzies

Join the Dundee storytelling group Blether Tay-Gither as we host a special live event aboard the always atmospheric HMS Unicorn, with our very special guest storyteller Mara Menzies and songs from local musician Lynne Martin. Mara, along with the Blether storytellers, will be exploring the theme of Imagine through stories. We wonder where your imagination will take you... Venue: HMS Unicorn, Victoria Dock, Dundee, DD1 3BP Tickets: £5, Available on Eventbrite Book Your Ticket

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue External Venue

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Live Indoor

Imagine Utopia: Kamishibai Workshop

Experience the art of Kamishibai storyboard with renowned storyteller, harpist and Urasenke Japanese Tea Master Mio Shudo. Along with enchanting harp music, Mio will welcome you to the world of original Japanese storytelling and show you how to create Kamishibai and some secret tricks! You will also learn manga drawing techniques, story composition and performing skills. This event is now sold out. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Storytelling Court

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Online Live

Imagine the Best Musician

Born in Kamakwie in northern Sierra Leone, storyteller Usifu Jalloh is a highly experienced, talented, and award-winning performer and educator whose storytelling style encompasses international languages, music, dance and themes. Join Usifu as he tells a tale he learned when he was only seven years old, which still inspires him today. Free (ticketed) | Sign up via Eventbrite Book Your Ticket

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue External Venue

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Live Indoor

John Muir and the Missionary’s Dog

Join Richard Medrington and Rick Conte from 'The Man Who Planted Trees' and storyteller Andy Cannon, on the trail of the legendary John Muir. We follow Muir from a window ledge in Dunbar to the brink of a crevasse in Alaska to find out what connects this conservation pioneer, a remarkable dog and an indigenous tribe clinging on to their culture and their land. Dip into dreams and desires, lost worlds and worlds yet unimagined. Imagine from the outside in, and the inside out. Created for this year’s festival and performed live at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (unless noted), all events in the Imagine series will be available online post-Festival. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.If you are a Storytelling Centre or Storytelling Festival Supporter, please add a full price ticket to the basket. Your discount will be automatically added at checkout.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Netherbow Theatre

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Live Indoor

Ladies Who Like It...

Imagine a space where women could tell and hear each other’s joyful, life-affirming stories about sexuality, shared with warmth, compassion and knowing laughter. An evening of humorous, inspiring and informative contemporary collected tales about sex, presented for the wellbeing and inspiration of other women, and for those who care about them. Performed by Marie Louise Cochrane and Heidi Docherty, with musical accompaniment from Suzanne Fivey. Dip into dreams and desires, lost worlds and worlds yet unimagined. Imagine from the outside in, and the inside out. Created for this year’s festival and performed live at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (unless noted), all events in the Imagine series will be available online post-Festival. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.If you are a Storytelling Centre or Storytelling Festival Supporter, please add a full price ticket to the basket. Your discount will be automatically added at checkout.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Netherbow Theatre

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Live Indoor

Mohan: A Partition Story

A moving, visceral and emotive storytelling performance by Niall Moorjani, which retells their Grampa’s experiences of the Partitioning of India. With first-person telling from ‘Mohan’s’ perspective, the story is interwoven with fascinating and, at times, haunting historical insight. An evocative and thought-provoking evening of oral storytelling, with accompanying live music from Sodhi. Dip into dreams and desires, lost worlds and worlds yet unimagined. Imagine from the outside in, and the inside out. Created for this year’s festival and performed live at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (unless noted), all events in the Imagine series will be available online post-Festival. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.If you are a Storytelling Centre or Storytelling Festival Supporter, please add a full price ticket to the basket. Your discount will be automatically added at checkout.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Netherbow Theatre

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Live Indoor

Off the Map

Four tales of amazing women, real and imagined, retold in words by Áine King and music by Karen Tweed and Jennifer Wrigley. Four tales of love, courage and incredible journeys that shift between history and mystery, story and song. A shoal of stories, sometimes dark and often magical, storm-tossed from Orkney’s ancient shores across the Atlantic, splashing off the map into dreams… and drifting back again on the returning tide. Part of the Imagine series. Dip into dreams and desires, lost worlds and worlds yet unimagined. Imagine from the outside in, and the inside out. Created for this year’s festival and performed live at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (unless noted), all events in the Imagine series will be available online post-Festival. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings. If you are a Storytelling Centre or Storytelling Festival Supporter, please add a full price ticket to the basket. Your discount will be automatically added at checkout.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Netherbow Theatre

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Live Indoor

Oracles

Millennial woman, Sarah Grant, struggles to live up to the legacy of her Grandmother, the “Oracle of Glasgow”: she who sees all, hears all, tells all. As a modern storyteller, Sarah tries (and fails) to translate traditional storytelling onto platforms like the family WhatsApp group chat, TikTok, marketing adverts and many more. How can the lessons learned at our ancestors’ knees survive in the digital world? Does the legacy of women passing down stories end with the current generation? Oracles is a story about family, legacy, womanhood and traditional storytelling, grounded in a mix of traditional storytelling and spoken word. Dip into dreams and desires, lost worlds and worlds yet unimagined. Imagine from the outside in, and the inside out. Created for this year’s festival and performed live at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (unless noted), all events in the Imagine series will be available online post-Festival. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.If you are a Storytelling Centre or Storytelling Festival Supporter, please add a full price ticket to the basket. Your discount will be automatically added at checkout.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Netherbow Theatre

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Online Pre-recorded

Spàrr - Rivet

Several excellent artists come together to present an extended story based on several traditions from the Isle of Lewis and the oral history of Govan. A blind woman has known tragedy more than once in her life and does everything in her power to protect the youngest of her four sons from the sea. A collaborative performance devised by storyteller Ian Stephen alongside Laura Cameron Lewis, Anna Murray and Mike Vass, with illustrations by Christine Morrison. Dip into dreams and desires, lost worlds and worlds yet unimagined. Imagine from the outside in, and the inside out. Created for this year’s festival and performed live at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (unless noted), all events in the Imagine series will be available online post-Festival. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Online SISF

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Live Indoor

Super Duper Story Generators!

Join storyteller Beth Hamilton-Cardus from Good Yarns for an epically interactive story session that’s 100% powered by YOUR imagination. During each session Beth will work with one child/family at a time to create a tale that’s bespoke to them. Maybe you want astronaut princesses, haunted bus stops, badgers making ice-cream (!) or something completely different - wherever the adventure goes is totally up to you! Sun 17 Oct: priority booking to families with additional support needs. Please email reception@scottishstorytellingcentre.com or call 0131 556 9579 to enquire. Dip into dreams and desires, lost worlds and worlds yet unimagined. Imagine from the outside in, and the inside out. Created for this year’s festival and performed live at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (unless noted), all events in the Imagine series will be available online post-Festival. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Storytelling Bothy

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Live Indoor

What Language Do Mermaids Speak?

Imagine the scene – a North-East fisherman encounters a mermaid. What will happen? How will they react? Will these two, from very different worlds, find a way to communicate? Join Khloud Ereksousi (Arabic), Craig McCulloch (BSL), Ailsa Dixon (English), Jackie Ross (Doric) and Alex Thomson (Visual) as they retell the family story of Fittie's Purse, in multiple languages. Dip into dreams and desires, lost worlds and worlds yet unimagined. Imagine from the outside in, and the inside out. Created for this year’s festival and performed live at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (unless noted), all events in the Imagine series will be available online post-Festival. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.If you are a Storytelling Centre or Storytelling Festival Supporter, please add a full price ticket to the basket. Your discount will be automatically added at checkout.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Netherbow Theatre

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Live Indoor

Wolf Girl

Storyteller Daiva Ivanauskaitė and singer Agnė Čepaitytė present the true story of Ingrid Ramm from Königsberg, a city that no longer exists. After WWII thousands of orphans from East Prussia travelled to Lithuania in search of food and shelter. These children are known as Wolfskinder. Ingrid Ramm was one of them, a lonely young refugee who fought for survival with the help of imagination, determination and luck. Daiva’s family opened their doors to the Wolf Girl. This storytelling performance combines fragile memories, fantastic tales and classical German songs – the ones Ingrid’s mother used to sing. Dip into dreams and desires, lost worlds and worlds yet unimagined. Imagine from the outside in, and the inside out. Created for this year’s festival and performed live at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (unless noted), all events in the Imagine series will be available online post-Festival. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.If you are a Storytelling Centre or Storytelling Festival Supporter, please add a full price ticket to the basket. Your discount will be automatically added at checkout.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Netherbow Theatre

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Cottongrass

Far to the North, an Elk watches over a Princess. This tale lies in the community of stories between our waking and sleeping mind, our hopes and fears, our imaginings and questions. Harriet Grindley and Maria MacDonell, with musician Kai Dudley use words, music, image and physicality to conjure a constellation of dreams from a momentous journey of life. Dip into dreams and desires, lost worlds and worlds yet unimagined. Imagine from the outside in, and the inside out. Created for this year’s festival and performed live at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (unless noted), all events in the Imagine series will be available online post-Festival. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.If you are a Storytelling Centre or Storytelling Festival Supporter, please add a full price ticket to the basket. Your discount will be automatically added at checkout.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Netherbow Theatre

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Live Indoor

From Floor Sweeper to Climate Pioneer

Discover James Croll, the Scottish janitor born into poverty and dogged by ill health who became the self-taught father of climate science. Using storytelling, props and historical interpretation, storyteller Nicola Wright will present Croll’s theories - which inform today`s study of climate change - and tell the story of his remarkable life to a family audience. The event includes a Q&A session with the artist. Dip into dreams and desires, lost worlds and worlds yet unimagined. Imagine from the outside in, and the inside out. Created for this year’s festival and performed live at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (unless noted), all events in the Imagine series will be available online post-Festival. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.If you are a Storytelling Centre or Storytelling Festival Supporter, please add a full price ticket to the basket. Your discount will be automatically added at checkout.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Netherbow Theatre

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Live Indoor

Handing On

“I never thought I was leaving my children anything of value, I have no jewels or money, but you’ve made me realise the simple things are treasures in themselves. Treasures because of the stories, the words we hand on…” (Margaret, 92). Mother and daughter Jean and Amanda Edmiston, storytellers, artists and plant people come together to share a new performance offering a magical glimpse into a multidimensional project of curating familiar family objects and inspiring stories that create real value beyond the clamour of gold! Video by Bash Art Creative. Dip into dreams and desires, lost worlds and worlds yet unimagined. Imagine from the outside in, and the inside out. Created for this year’s festival and performed live at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (unless noted), all events in the Imagine series will be available online post-Festival. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.If you are a Storytelling Centre or Storytelling Festival Supporter, please add a full price ticket to the basket. Your discount will be automatically added at checkout.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Netherbow Theatre

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Family Event, Live Outdoor

Imagine - Storytelling for Families

Blether Tay-Gither storytellers, including Sheila Kinninmonth and Owen Pilgrim, dive into the theme of Imagine through stories and tales for the Scottish International Storytelling Festival. This event coincides with the 50th anniversary of the Dundee Botanic Garden. Venue: Dundee Botanic Garden, Riverside Dr, Dundee, DD2 1QH

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue External Venue

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Live Indoor

Imagine - with Mara Menzies

Join the Dundee storytelling group Blether Tay-Gither as we host a special live event aboard the always atmospheric HMS Unicorn, with our very special guest storyteller Mara Menzies and songs from local musician Lynne Martin. Mara, along with the Blether storytellers, will be exploring the theme of Imagine through stories. We wonder where your imagination will take you... Venue: HMS Unicorn, Victoria Dock, Dundee, DD1 3BP Tickets: £5, Available on Eventbrite Book Your Ticket

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue External Venue

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Live Indoor

Imagine Utopia: Kamishibai Workshop

Experience the art of Kamishibai storyboard with renowned storyteller, harpist and Urasenke Japanese Tea Master Mio Shudo. Along with enchanting harp music, Mio will welcome you to the world of original Japanese storytelling and show you how to create Kamishibai and some secret tricks! You will also learn manga drawing techniques, story composition and performing skills. This event is now sold out. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Storytelling Court

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Online Live

Imagine the Best Musician

Born in Kamakwie in northern Sierra Leone, storyteller Usifu Jalloh is a highly experienced, talented, and award-winning performer and educator whose storytelling style encompasses international languages, music, dance and themes. Join Usifu as he tells a tale he learned when he was only seven years old, which still inspires him today. Free (ticketed) | Sign up via Eventbrite Book Your Ticket

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue External Venue

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Live Indoor

John Muir and the Missionary’s Dog

Join Richard Medrington and Rick Conte from 'The Man Who Planted Trees' and storyteller Andy Cannon, on the trail of the legendary John Muir. We follow Muir from a window ledge in Dunbar to the brink of a crevasse in Alaska to find out what connects this conservation pioneer, a remarkable dog and an indigenous tribe clinging on to their culture and their land. Dip into dreams and desires, lost worlds and worlds yet unimagined. Imagine from the outside in, and the inside out. Created for this year’s festival and performed live at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (unless noted), all events in the Imagine series will be available online post-Festival. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.If you are a Storytelling Centre or Storytelling Festival Supporter, please add a full price ticket to the basket. Your discount will be automatically added at checkout.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Netherbow Theatre

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Live Indoor

Ladies Who Like It...

Imagine a space where women could tell and hear each other’s joyful, life-affirming stories about sexuality, shared with warmth, compassion and knowing laughter. An evening of humorous, inspiring and informative contemporary collected tales about sex, presented for the wellbeing and inspiration of other women, and for those who care about them. Performed by Marie Louise Cochrane and Heidi Docherty, with musical accompaniment from Suzanne Fivey. Dip into dreams and desires, lost worlds and worlds yet unimagined. Imagine from the outside in, and the inside out. Created for this year’s festival and performed live at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (unless noted), all events in the Imagine series will be available online post-Festival. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.If you are a Storytelling Centre or Storytelling Festival Supporter, please add a full price ticket to the basket. Your discount will be automatically added at checkout.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Netherbow Theatre

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Live Indoor

Mohan: A Partition Story

A moving, visceral and emotive storytelling performance by Niall Moorjani, which retells their Grampa’s experiences of the Partitioning of India. With first-person telling from ‘Mohan’s’ perspective, the story is interwoven with fascinating and, at times, haunting historical insight. An evocative and thought-provoking evening of oral storytelling, with accompanying live music from Sodhi. Dip into dreams and desires, lost worlds and worlds yet unimagined. Imagine from the outside in, and the inside out. Created for this year’s festival and performed live at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (unless noted), all events in the Imagine series will be available online post-Festival. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.If you are a Storytelling Centre or Storytelling Festival Supporter, please add a full price ticket to the basket. Your discount will be automatically added at checkout.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Netherbow Theatre

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Live Indoor

Off the Map

Four tales of amazing women, real and imagined, retold in words by Áine King and music by Karen Tweed and Jennifer Wrigley. Four tales of love, courage and incredible journeys that shift between history and mystery, story and song. A shoal of stories, sometimes dark and often magical, storm-tossed from Orkney’s ancient shores across the Atlantic, splashing off the map into dreams… and drifting back again on the returning tide. Part of the Imagine series. Dip into dreams and desires, lost worlds and worlds yet unimagined. Imagine from the outside in, and the inside out. Created for this year’s festival and performed live at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (unless noted), all events in the Imagine series will be available online post-Festival. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings. If you are a Storytelling Centre or Storytelling Festival Supporter, please add a full price ticket to the basket. Your discount will be automatically added at checkout.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Netherbow Theatre

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Live Indoor

Oracles

Millennial woman, Sarah Grant, struggles to live up to the legacy of her Grandmother, the “Oracle of Glasgow”: she who sees all, hears all, tells all. As a modern storyteller, Sarah tries (and fails) to translate traditional storytelling onto platforms like the family WhatsApp group chat, TikTok, marketing adverts and many more. How can the lessons learned at our ancestors’ knees survive in the digital world? Does the legacy of women passing down stories end with the current generation? Oracles is a story about family, legacy, womanhood and traditional storytelling, grounded in a mix of traditional storytelling and spoken word. Dip into dreams and desires, lost worlds and worlds yet unimagined. Imagine from the outside in, and the inside out. Created for this year’s festival and performed live at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (unless noted), all events in the Imagine series will be available online post-Festival. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.If you are a Storytelling Centre or Storytelling Festival Supporter, please add a full price ticket to the basket. Your discount will be automatically added at checkout.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Netherbow Theatre

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Online Pre-recorded

Spàrr - Rivet

Several excellent artists come together to present an extended story based on several traditions from the Isle of Lewis and the oral history of Govan. A blind woman has known tragedy more than once in her life and does everything in her power to protect the youngest of her four sons from the sea. A collaborative performance devised by storyteller Ian Stephen alongside Laura Cameron Lewis, Anna Murray and Mike Vass, with illustrations by Christine Morrison. Dip into dreams and desires, lost worlds and worlds yet unimagined. Imagine from the outside in, and the inside out. Created for this year’s festival and performed live at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (unless noted), all events in the Imagine series will be available online post-Festival. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Online SISF

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Live Indoor

Super Duper Story Generators!

Join storyteller Beth Hamilton-Cardus from Good Yarns for an epically interactive story session that’s 100% powered by YOUR imagination. During each session Beth will work with one child/family at a time to create a tale that’s bespoke to them. Maybe you want astronaut princesses, haunted bus stops, badgers making ice-cream (!) or something completely different - wherever the adventure goes is totally up to you! Sun 17 Oct: priority booking to families with additional support needs. Please email reception@scottishstorytellingcentre.com or call 0131 556 9579 to enquire. Dip into dreams and desires, lost worlds and worlds yet unimagined. Imagine from the outside in, and the inside out. Created for this year’s festival and performed live at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (unless noted), all events in the Imagine series will be available online post-Festival. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Storytelling Bothy

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Live Indoor

What Language Do Mermaids Speak?

Imagine the scene – a North-East fisherman encounters a mermaid. What will happen? How will they react? Will these two, from very different worlds, find a way to communicate? Join Khloud Ereksousi (Arabic), Craig McCulloch (BSL), Ailsa Dixon (English), Jackie Ross (Doric) and Alex Thomson (Visual) as they retell the family story of Fittie's Purse, in multiple languages. Dip into dreams and desires, lost worlds and worlds yet unimagined. Imagine from the outside in, and the inside out. Created for this year’s festival and performed live at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (unless noted), all events in the Imagine series will be available online post-Festival. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.If you are a Storytelling Centre or Storytelling Festival Supporter, please add a full price ticket to the basket. Your discount will be automatically added at checkout.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Netherbow Theatre

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Live Indoor

Wolf Girl

Storyteller Daiva Ivanauskaitė and singer Agnė Čepaitytė present the true story of Ingrid Ramm from Königsberg, a city that no longer exists. After WWII thousands of orphans from East Prussia travelled to Lithuania in search of food and shelter. These children are known as Wolfskinder. Ingrid Ramm was one of them, a lonely young refugee who fought for survival with the help of imagination, determination and luck. Daiva’s family opened their doors to the Wolf Girl. This storytelling performance combines fragile memories, fantastic tales and classical German songs – the ones Ingrid’s mother used to sing. Dip into dreams and desires, lost worlds and worlds yet unimagined. Imagine from the outside in, and the inside out. Created for this year’s festival and performed live at the Scottish Storytelling Centre (unless noted), all events in the Imagine series will be available online post-Festival. A booking fee of £1.25 is charged per transaction for online and phone bookings.If you are a Storytelling Centre or Storytelling Festival Supporter, please add a full price ticket to the basket. Your discount will be automatically added at checkout.

Location Scottish International Storytelling Festival

subvenue Netherbow Theatre

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