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Online, Storytelling

Guid Crack: Nae Far Fae Here

Join guest storyteller Jackie Ross for another online version of the Centre's monthly storytelling session as we explore stories close to home. They might be local legends, historic tales or traditional folk stories from your local area. Jackie is a founder member of GAS, the North-East of Scotland storytelling club and is involved in various projects promoting the culture of the North-East through storytelling. Jackie has a great passion for local stories and telling in her local dialect of Scots. Guid Crack is also an open-floor storytelling night. If you would like to share on the night please send your host a message on Zoom once you have arrived, with the name and style of your offering (max 10mins). How to Book:This event will be held on Zoom. During the event all attendees will be on screen and able to communicate via the chat function.If you have booked a ticket you will receive a confirmation email with your log in details.This event is by donation on a sliding scale (£0-£8) please select from the four options below. If you have any trouble booking please get in touch at reception@scottishstorytellingcentre.com .

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Music, Online

Scotland Online: A Directory of Musicians

Ever wondered where you could find a list of Scotland’s traditional musicians to explore, buy and support their music? Join us for an evening of music and conversation to celebrate the launch of Scotland Online: A Directory of Musicians, a new website with a comprehensive and ever-expanding list of musicians working and recording in Scotland. This event features special pre-recorded performances by Rachel Hair & Ron Jappy, Maeve Mackinnon (with Ali Levack & Luc McNally) and David Foley & Jack Smedley (with Jenn Butterworth). Including a live Q&A with the performers after the event! Presented by the Traditional Music Forum and TRACS, from the Scottish Storytelling Centre. Part of Edinburgh Tradfest 2021. This event is hosted on Crowdcast. Please use the 'Book your Ticket' button below to register for this event. You will be directed to a registration page on Crowdcast’s website where you can click to save your spot and Pay What You Can on a sliding scale.Crowdcast will send you an email immediately with a link for you to confirm your registration. About ten minutes before the event, Crowdcast will send you a reminder with a link to join the event.Book Your Ticket You will be able to donate via Crowdcast during the performance.

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Live Storytelling, Online

Tall Tales Oscar

Hilarious, mysterious or just plain ridiculous – listen to tall tales, ferocious fibs and fables performed live on Zoom by some of Scotland's finest tellers, then you decide who wins the lucrative accolade of Oscar the Leprechaun! Scotland's annual tall tales storytelling competition is hosted online for the first time and will feature our 2019 winner, Claire Maclaine. A guaranteed crowd-pleaser! How to Book:This event is on a Pay What You Can Model. Please select from the four available options below.This event will be held on Zoom. During the event all attendees will be on screen and able to communicate via the chat function.If you have booked a ticket you will receive a automated confirmation email with your log in details shortly after booking.This event is by donation on a sliding scale (£0-£10) please select from the four options below. If you have any trouble booking please get in touch at reception@scottishstorytellingcentre.com .

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