Time: 17:00 - 18:00
Famous and beloved Danish actor and storyteller Vigga Bro opens the Storytelling Days. NB: In Danish
Lise Marie Seidelin Nedergaard:
The Elf Mound by H.C. Andersen
– and two folktales from the once wild west of Denmark
(In English. For adults)
Daniel Morden og Clare Murphy: The remarkable Tale of Robert Desnos
When the poet og journalist, Robert Desnos, is send to a concentration camp, his response is to organize secret storytelling gatherings. Funny, tragic, moving and true, The Remarkable Tale of Robert Desnos is an extraordinary exploration of the power of the imagination to shape and affect reality.
Time: 18:30 - 19:30
Strange Celtic Tales.
Gruesome, fantastical, poetic and humorous tales – told by a master storyteller from Wales
The Others from the other side
Be guided by the great performance storyteller Clare Murphy through a landscape of grown-up fairytale, where the light is a little too bright and the dark is very, very dark…
The Illusion of Truth
Mara Menzies takes us into the world of Yoruban mythology to tell a tale of a man who wants more, and is prepared to do anything to get it.
Time: 20:00 - 21:00
A journey from Scotland to Africa through the world of folktales and myths with Scottish-Kenyan storyteller Mara Menzies
The Hollow Hills
Evocative remains of the thousands of ancient Hill forts cover Britain and Ireland. They have given rise to countless mysterious and haunting stories. Ben Haggarty, a pioneer of the international storytelling movement will tell two of his favorite tales of journeys into the Hollow Hills.
Don't miss world-class performance storyteller Ben Haggerty and his playful, physical and challenging performance of stories, inspired by international folktales, myths and epics.