“Join storyteller Pauline Cordiner to find out why Fairies are amongst the scariest creatures in Scotland! Irritating imps, plagues of pixies, killer kelpies, tragic tarrans, hot-headed heroines and much more. There will also be a Scary Fairy Lantern Competition judged on the night. So get yourself all dressed up and sit in the candle-light for an evening of Halloween tales for all the family!
As we go deeper into the evening, the stories will get scarier. Pauline will begin with stories best for the wee ones before we all decide the best Scary Fairy Lantern – after which Pauline will give us scarier stories best suited for older children and adults
Aberdeen’s Way WORD Festival’s film maker Anais Fourrier got together with 4 local storytelling quines – Jackie Ross, Grace Banks, Sheena Blackhall and myself – to create four films under the banner “Storytelling and Place”
Here’s my video, all about Boddam, where my faither’s folks came from. (Here Be Sea Monsters!)
It’s been another fun day with @MusicaWorkshops! That means football playing kangaroos, evil factory owners with twirly moustaches, monkeys with Scottish accents, wartime music hall mega stars, sea shanty singing superheroes and of course… a goat on a boat. A productive day!
On the 26th October I’ll be joining Grace Banks, Sheena Blackhall, Diana Peers and Jackie Ross for some Spooky an Sinister Tales fae the North East!
And on the 29th October I’ll be doing some Scary Fairy stories for children and families from the Mearns. find out why Fairies are amongst the scariest creatures in Scotland! Irritating imps, plagues of pixies, killer kelpies, tragic tarrans, hot-headed heroines and much more!
HANDSS is an Aberdeen /shire crafts & activities club for children aged 5 to 15 years, who receive support for learning, or have additional support needs. We have been made so welcome on previous visits and have thoroughly enjoyed ourselves!
Here’s a photo from a previous visit when Fizzy the Fairy attempted chaos
Can’t wait to see everyone again!
This event has been made possible due to the Scottish International Storytelling Festival’s Big Scottish Story Ripple initiative and is supported by TRACS and the Scottish Storytelling Forum.