princess Margaret of Norway the tragic events that have led to her Online, Live Webinar Global Lab: Journey to the Mountain Source. questions through the chat feature.Please use the 'Book your a registration page on Crowdcast’s website where you can click to save Ticket' button below to register for this event. arrived and departed with them are now presented in this special series of traditional storytelling events celebrating Scotland as a nation shaped by the sea. location where the stories are set. you on a historic voyage off Scotland’s west coast, as far as the This event is hosted on Crowdcast. This event is hosted on Crowdcast. Your Ticket You will be able to donate via Crowdcast Over 100 performers will take part in the festival and countries represented include USA, Colombia, Canada, Italy, Spain, England, Kenya, Northern Ireland, Holland, Iran, Sierra Leone and Iceland. of traditional storytelling events celebrating Scotland as a nation shaped by the sea. All Voyages will be available to stream from the All Voyages will be available to stream from the link for you to confirm your registration. PLACE Programme, City of Edinburgh Council. arranged and told by storyteller Ian Highlights in the Voyage programme supported by the Edinburgh Festival Expo Fund and CalMac Ferries include: - Award winning performers Apphia Campbell and Mara Menzies collaborate for the first time on Nanny of the Maroons sharing the story of the Jamacian hero 'Queen Nanny' leader of the known as the Windward Maroons who helped those fleeing enslavement on Scottish owned plantations. heard of. And we have heard Mara Menzies and Appiah Campbell tell a mighty story of slavery, of that terrible journey across the Atlantic, and of the legendary woman leader Nanny Of The Maroons, whose magical powers protected her against all the violence of slave owners, and the troops who enforced their rule. Part of the Voyage series - A Nation Shaped by the Sea unearthed for the royal couple. You will be directed to Over centuries, real and imaginary voyages have connected Scotland to It articulates a mindset of global interdependence and shared responsibility. Filmed The festival both celebrates and helps preserve the proud tradition of oral storytelling handed down through the generations, a form of entertainment neither literary nor theatrical and yet somehow a wonderful combination of both, with audience involvement and shared experience a key component. This autumn, the Scottish International Storytelling Festival (SISF) takes audiences on a voyage, exploring Scotland’s coasts and water through music and storytelling. ©JPIMedia Publishing Ltd. All rights reserved. during the performance. questions through the chat feature.Please use the 'Book your Scottish International Storytelling Festival 17 - 31 October 2020Online and in person in Edinburgh and across ScotlandFor tickets and more info visit www.sisf.org.uk, Connect with the festival on social media at:  https://www.facebook.com/ScotStoryFesthttps://twitter.com/ScotStoryFesthttps://www.instagram.com/scotstoryfest/, Follow the festival and share experiences on social media using the hashtags: #SISFInTheFlow #StoryRipple #SISFSaysBoo, For further information, images and interview requests please contact Owen O’Leary, Oh Really PR on 07815 992658 or email owen@ohreally.co.uk, Scottish International Storytelling Festival (SISF) is organised by Traditional Arts and Culture Scotland (TRACS), taking place annually in autumn since 1989 and is one of the flagship events built on a culture of collaborative working with Festivals Edinburgh, sustaining and developing Edinburgh’s position as the world’s leading festival city. storytellers and musicians in the flow as they shape these incredible event, Crowdcast will send you a reminder with a link to join the event.Book BroadwayHD's November Lineup - A KILLER PARTY, HEDWIG, and More! believed to have sailed from Ireland to America hundreds of years before Supported through Scottish Government’s Festivals Expo Fund, Creative Scotland, City of Edinburgh Council, Festivals Edinburgh, Year of Coasts and Waters 2020 and Caledonian MacBrayne. page on Crowdcast’s website where you can click to save your spot.Crowdcast Smith. Written and Performed by Nicola Wright. during the performance. These online daily events showcase inspiring examples of creative practice in the arts, education and frontline activism, allowing everyone the opportunity to share, question and discuss. Specially developed for the SISF 2020 by Scottish She crossed oceans heading to the land of sugar and based storytellers and musicians, the performances are presented as live other coastal countries, near and far. becoming the first ruling Queen of Scots. will send you an email immediately with a link for you to confirm your We have strolled on the beaches of Iona with Dr. Johnson and his loyal Boswell, in a new work-in-progress version of their famous journey to the Western Isles devised by Donald Smith, the man who founded the Storytelling Festival and the Scottish Storytelling Centre itself. Come and First Edinburgh Festival of 2020 to host live events reveals programme as Scottish International Storytelling Festival prepares for a blend of online and in-person events. Scottish International Storytelling Festival, Online and in person in Edinburgh and across Scotland, For tickets and more info visit www.sisf.org.uk, Billy Gardell Talks About How His Drama Teacher Changed His Life. We are using Crowdcast to broadcast the SISF Voyages. All Voyages will be available to stream from the Events shine a light on lost stories of Scottish and international culture, give a new perspective on historical experiences and captivate, entertain and educate audiences on everything from Scottish colonial history to our connection to the natural world. this as the platform lets us broadcast to a large audience and take relevant today, including greed, slavery and sexual power. court of James VI/I and Queen Anne of Denmark, bittersweet memories are The online events will showcase a mixture of firm festival favourites and new strands. We have chosen Some of the story treasures that This event is hosted on Crowdcast. based storytellers and musicians, the performances are presented as live deflect bullets, she returned to vent her rage and fulfil her destiny. event, Crowdcast will send you a reminder with a link to join the event.Book this as the platform lets us broadcast to a large audience and take They carry our emotions, memories and values. based storytellers and musicians, the performances are presented as live We are using Crowdcast to broadcast the SISF Voyages. Specially developed for the SISF 2020 by Scottish shaped by the sea. Ticket' button below to register for this event. on his journey across the sea as he rehearses how best to tell little What's on at the Scottish International Storytelling Festival 2020. Scuttlebut Stories! you will meet William Speirs Bruce, a polar hero you may never have tales. Speaking at the Festival launch Scottish International Storytelling Festival Director Donald Smith said: "Stories and songs are vital for human survival. other coastal countries, near and far. As autumn descends over Edinburgh, the Scottish International Storytelling Festival provides a providing cosy haven from the colder, darker weather outside, while often echoing it through spellbinding tales of darkness and light. We are using Crowdcast to broadcast the SISF Voyages. This website uses cookies to improve your experience. About ten minutes before the arrived and departed with them are now presented in this special series The Scottish International Storytelling Festival is one of the most celebrated and admired storytelling events in the world, and the largest of its kind – both from a programming and participation perspective - encompassing a wealth of cultures, traditions and styles. We have chosen link for you to confirm your registration. www.gov.scot. The Scottish International Storytelling Festival 2020 runs online until 31 October. You will be directed to during the performance. be woven together in a magical blend, featuring harps and the ancient Words and music will shaped by the sea. Edinburgh City Pass and Royal Edinburgh Ticket, Edinburgh International Children's Festival, Scottish International Storytelling Festival, This is Edinburgh - The City Centre Marketing Campaign, Accessibility statement for This is Edinburgh. arrived and departed with them are now presented in this special series Volcanoes, icebergs, sea monsters, We have chosen this We have chosen of traditional storytelling events celebrating Scotland as a nation Your Ticket You will be able to donate via Crowdcast during Are you ready to discover the story of the Saltire at SISF's 'In the Flow' will present Voyage, a series of new work developed by storytellers and musicians for VisitScotland's 'Year of Coasts and Waters', supported by the Scottish Government Festival Expo Fund. Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop said:“During this challenging time living with the impacts of coronavirus, storytelling and music have never been so important to our resilience, our wellbeing and our sense of belonging.

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