|30th Oct 2021 to 31st Oct 2021|
|see event 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|
Part of the Imagine series (Family Event) Age 7+
Join Richard Medrington and Rick Conte from 'The Man Who Planted Trees' and storyteller Andy Cannon, on the trail of the legendary John Muir. We follow Muir from a window ledge in Dunbar to the brink of a crevasse in Alaska to find out what connects this conservation pioneer, a remarkable dog and an indigenous tribe clinging on to their culture and their land.
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Global Lab is an open community of creativity and co-learning, hosted by the Scottish International Storytelling Festival
Be transported to the magical Hebridean Islands and the Highlands of Scotland through stories and legends collected by folklorist Otta Swire!
Join Khloud Ereksousi (Arabic), Craig McCulloch (BSL), Ailsa Dixon (English), Jackie Ross (Doric) and Alex Thomson (Visual) as they retell the family story of Fittie's Purse, in multiple languages.
Join the Scottish International Storytelling Festival for a day of family fun with storytellers popping up throughout the community garden in the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.