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RT @DebsCa: I’ll be part of this @ScotStoryCentre on Saturday with some really brilliant storytellers. It would be great to see you there!…
Guid Crack tomorrow plus Step Dance, Landscape Legends & an evening of stories this weekend! https://t.co/7k59T0mx8W https://t.co/sp9aulnzuR
Traditionally we went wild for spring after a cooped up winter. Trees blossomed, folk danced, sang & put on crazy s… https://t.co/6KCRshd8re
Language: English | Gaelic | Scots
Born: September 10, 1920–Died: July 28, 2016
The Centre is delighted to welcome Celeste and her Circus back after gleeful surprises and pocket-sized spectacles in 2014!
Here at the Centre for a limited run from 3 Aug to 11 Aug at 7pm, the Men with Coconuts haven’t slaved away concocting complex certifications of thematic nuances in a complexly plotted comedy show. No.
Who owns language? Who governs it, and why? On at the Storytelling Centre from Fri 12 – Mon 29 Aug (not 15, 22) Ishbel McFarlane's O is for Hoolet is a fascinating exploration of Scots.
Here at the Centre from Thu 4 – Sun 21 Aug (not 17-19) as part of our Fringe 2016 line-up, Erin, Errol & the Earth Creatures by Modest Predicament is a charming show
©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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