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As we get ready for opening @AWfest w/ @alisonaffleck, the Centre continues to ensure women’s voices & inspirations… https://t.co/CBR9EJprC0
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11th April 2017
What does Event Horizon have planned for 2017?
10th April 2017
Ahead of Salmon Fairytale at the Scottish Storytelling Centre on the 29th of April, Georgiana Keable, one of the performers, gives us some background on the show and their influences.
7th April 2017
Tell us about your collaboration, Redwood Mountain, and your plans for 2017?
6th April 2017
Lynne Campbell, storyteller and singer, presents Songs & Stories of Scotland at the Scottish Storytelling Centre on the 27th of April.
5th April 2017
The countdown is on – with only three weeks to go, find out what those involved in bringing the Festival together have their eye on from the rich programme.
©Traditional Arts and Culture Scotland TRACS (Traditional Arts and Culture Scotland SC043009) is the national network for traditional arts as a vital and diverse element of Scottish life, which brings together the Traditional Music Forum (SC042867), the Scottish Storytelling Forum (SC020891) and the Traditional Dance Forum of Scotland (SC045085). TRACS is currently based at, and works in close co-operation with, the Scottish Storytelling Centre – A Home for Scotland’s Culture.
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