STORIES FOR YOUNG AND OLD
YARN Storytelling Festival got under way last weekend with a colourful programme of events in this its sixth year.
The festival continues until this Sunday, organised by Mermaid Arts Centre and hosted in venues all over Bray.
Presented by Mermaid Arts Centre, YARN brings together our community from Bray and beyond to share and hear stories in school rooms, seaside hotels, beside many a fire, along the cliff walk, on farms and of course at Mermaid Arts Centre. Listen to stories from the grave, from the sea or from the woods. Be spooked by tales of holy wells, giants, ghosts and ogres. Hear a story through yoga, dance, song, or as Gaeilge. Why not perfect your own gab and join the open mic night?
YARN Storytelling Festival continues this week; pick up a programme or visit mermaidartscentre.ie.
Noli Russell-Klein with Milabelle, Fjon, Lottie and Becky Klein at the storytelling in the Shoot Room at Killruddery.
Elf helpers Aoibhe Gaughran and Evie-May Ryan at the family fun day at the Betelnut Cafe.
Shea Walsh, who read his own work ‘Lough Key’, at Poetry in the Park at the People’s Park bandstand.