LGBTQ+, Storytelling

Táin


Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2024

(11-25 Aug: 3:45pm)

A cursed army, two twisted lovers, a mighty hero, and a magnificent bull set in motion a terrible war which shapes the landscape and defines the heroic age of Ireland...

In this modern retelling of Ireland’s most ancient and beloved myth, Young Edinburgh Storytellers Mark Borthwick and David Hughes weave together music and myth, blood and laughter, gender and magic, to explore the dark delights of the Táin Bó Cúailnge.

An intimate performance of traditional storytelling with music, this show explores how our internal wilderness is just as powerful today as when the ancient stories were written.

Preview: 11 Aug


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    • £8.00 - £12.00
    • 11-25 August 2024
    • 60 minutes
    • Scottish Storytelling Centre Fringe
    • subvenue George Mackay Brown Library
    • 14+
    • warning
      Contains distressing or potentially triggering themes.
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