STO­RIES FOR YOUNG AND OLD

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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.

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