Cracking on sessions present an opportunity for a group of people to explore what a story means to them in discussion with others. The sessions are designed to be informal and relaxed. There are usually between 6 and 16 people at a session. The storytellers: Chris Adriaanse from Berwick on Tweed and Maja Bumberak from […]
Gaze at the fissured trunk of an ash tree to where the branches sweep down like candelabras and through the lattice of leaves see one-eyed Odin and two ravens giving him a message … kraak kraak.
Come on a walk through time and space in which the trees, the stars, the birds and our ancestors speak in music and story threads that connect the ancient past to an uncertain future.
Wild, irreverent, stupid, wise, dangerous and outrageously rude, Coyote has questions. Big Questions. Looking for answers he crosses land and sky, pisses down rabbit holes, vomits up his siblings, cheats death, shits and shags and wreaks havoc everywhere he goes. Emily Hennessey celebrates the great Native American trickster, the original creator and fool, riffing on […]
When clearing his mother’s house, storyteller Phil Okwedy made an astonishing discovery of a series of love letters from his father to his mother... Charting the time of life when children are said to view their parents as gods, Phil considers if his parents were, in fact, the gods he had believed them to be…