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Sheer joy from start to finish with wonderful interweaving and intricate tales at #Henna from @PeterChandstory toni… https://t.co/mT1kcp4WKe
RT @borolou: Ended my first day at #EdFringe18 with @msjlindsay's powerful #ThisScript and Other Drafts at @ScotStoryCentre (thanks for the…
RT @scotstoryforum: The Scottish International Storytelling Festival's Local Campaign is taking place Sep-Nov with a theme of Growing with…
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6th September 2016
Sleeping Warrior Theatre Company – a fresh young collective based in Glasgow – aim to bring new, vibrant and unique work to the stage, creating shows that are inventive, fun and di
24th August 2016
The third week of Edinburgh Festival Fringe brought lots of good news for
22nd August 2016
Two of Scotland's finest folk musicians - fiddler Adam Sutherland and pianist/vocalist Hamish Napier - join forces for Nae Plans,
18th August 2016
If you've been to see any of our fantastic Fringe shows recently, you'll no doubt have notice the colourful exhibtion currently on display in our Storytelling Court.
17th August 2016
The Fringe is in full swing and here at the Scottish Storytelling Centre, the great reviews, audience feedback and even award nominations are pouring in!
©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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