We are delighted to be taking part in this year’s Scottish International Storytelling Festival! Come and see Storyteller Cara Roberts online on the 21th, at Forfar Open Garden on the 22nd, and at the Scottish Wildlife Trust Montrose Basin Wildlife Centre on the 23rd October. Tickets are on-sale at sisf.org.uk or via the SWT website.
Further details of all events are below. Please have a look at the festival programme to see the amazing range of stories and storytellers taking part in this years festival https://sisf.online.red61.co.uk/events/
Art of the Storyteller: Scotland Wild And Free Global Platform Online
(Fri 21 Oct: 3pm Online) Scotland is celebrated for its sweeping glens, wildlife, and clean air, but it ranks in the bottom 25% of countries for biodiversity. Rewilding the countryside is one option, rewilding ourselves alongside nature is another one, and perhaps a richer path. Storyteller and environmentalist Cara Roberts starts out on this journey. https://sisf.online.red61.co.uk/event/913:4442/913:18195/ #naturestories #environment #KeepItLit #storytelling #storiesfortheenvironment
Wild & Free Stories
Wild & Free Stories at Forfar Open Garden (Sat 22 Oct 2pm)
Go Local (Angus)
Join local storyteller Cara Roberts sharing tales of the wild and free, exploring our need for nature connection and hope. During the pandemic, local environments have become tangibly more important as sources of connection, joy and solace. Come along, unwind, and connect.
At Forfar Open Garden, Forfar, Angus. Free non-ticketed, donations welcome.
Wild Geese and Other Tales
Go Local (Angus) (Sun 23 Oct 5pm)
Join local storyteller and naturalist Cara Roberts to hear mythic and real tales of wild geese and some personal reflections on our need for nature connection and rewilding. Spend some time in the Scottish Wildlife Trust Visitor Centre watching the geese land before or after the performance.
At the Scottish Wildlife Trust Visitor Centre, Montrose Basin.