Limited spaces left to celebrate midsummer through a day exploring landscape followed by Arthur's Seat walk tomorrow https://t.co/eDs3wTXhMy
‘What has Gaelic to do with us?’ From Fionn Mac Cumhaill to folk tale heroes, Scottish Gaelic culture abounds in fabulous stories. Who could be telling them now and how?
Abigail Burnyeat (Edinburgh University Celtic and Scottish Studies) and Dòmhnall Uilleam Stiùbhart (Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, University of the Highlands and Islands) look again at the treasure chest of tales that were told at hearth sides and in the halls of kings.
Eadar Fionn Mac Cumhaill agus gaisgich ainmeil eile, tha tòrr sgeulachdan eireachdail ann an cultar na Gàidhlig. Cò dh’fhaodadh na sgeulachdan seo innse san latha an-diugh?
Tickets Bookable from www.nls.uk/events from Tuesday 21 March
National Library of Scotland
George IV Bridge
Tue 2 May
Full Price - 0.00
Start Time & Duration:
2pm (1hr 30)
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