This Thursday night at Haddo House – haunting and scary tales for Halloween.
Join three of the North East’s best traditional storytellers – Pauline Cordiner, David Brown and Diana Peers, for the evening.
October 31st is Halloween but it is also the start of the ancient storytelling season (this is not a coincidence!); when the agrarian and wild harvests had been gathered in, and livestock that could not be kept throughout the winter slaughtered, the hours of darkness needed something to lighten them.
Join The Grampian Association of Storytellers at Haddo Country Park for a wide and wild variety of Samhain (‘Summer’s End’) tales; myths, local legends, ghost and horror stories and more. This evening is aimed at adults; some of these tales are not for the faint-hearted and some may have adult themes, so there is a lower age limit of fourteen years. The event will start at 7:30 and end around 9.30 P.M. Turnip and pumpkin lanterns are welcome!
Tickets cost £10 per person and can be booked by e-mailing Suzanna on firstname.lastname@example.org.