|17th Oct 2021 to 31st Oct 2021|
|Various times and dates - see website for details|
Scottish Storytelling Centre
43 - 45 High Street, Edinburgh Old Town EH1 1SR
|Event organiser/part of Scottish International Storytelling Festival|
|Visit the event website here|
Storytellers and musicians gather round the hearth for a relaxed traditional session of stories and music as we welcome friends back into the Netherbow Theatre.
As the darkness closes in and we gather around the symbolic fire this is the perfect way to end your day!
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Image credit: Simon Baker
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