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Why is February the season of Bride?

"A bannock fur Bride

Roun lik the sun

A snawdrap fur Bride

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Folk Drama for Burns Night: Tam's Mare Meg

“A blethering, blustering, drunken blellum;
That frae November till October,
Ae market-day thou was na sober;
That ilka melder wi’ the Miller,
Thou sat as lang as thou had siller;
That every nag was ca’d a shoe on,

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New Job Opportunity: Visitor Service Assistants x 2

An exciting opportunity has opened up at the Scottish Storytelling Centre: we are looking for two new members for our front-of-house team!

Visitor Services Assistant x2

Scottish Storytelling Centre, Edinburgh

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Performers needed for Folk Play Premiere, The Burdies

From Frozie-Toesie to Goosie Gander, a bevy of birds take centre stage at the Scottish Storytelling Centre on 30 December, in a new folk drama for Scotland where the participants are the stars!

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Art of the Storyteller: Beverley Bryant

The Art of the Storyteller series is all about getting to the heart of storyt

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