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Storytelling Performance: Wyrd

A world premiere storytelling event by Scots Seanachie Lorene Stilwell

Through the voices of the Norns (the fates of Celto-Norse mythology), Lorene weaves a brief history of time, the universe, and everything. The Wyrd sisters gossip, sing, and spout poetry about what is, what was, and what will be.

Come on time! late-comers may have a curse put on them


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  • Lorene S.


    February 24, 2013

  • Dr. Robin Heart S.

    Lorene was so creative and fun! Wonderful story.

    February 23, 2013

  • Mary Kay M.

    I won't be able to make it afterall. So sorry to miss this.

    February 22, 2013

    • Lorene S.

      sorry to miss you Mary Kay. Another time, hey?

      February 22, 2013

  • Mary Kay M.

    I will if I can get there on time. I have something earlier and I'm not sure how late it will go but I would love to hear some tales.

    February 22, 2013

  • Lorene S.

    Not quite Celtic you say? Growing up in Scotland, I learned heard the Icelandic sagas being told at pub and fireside along with tales of the fairies and the adventures of the Fenians. Odin and Freya and their kin were as familiar to me as Robert the Bruce, Robert Burns, or the pantheon of the Tuatha de Dannen. Viking blood burns in the veins of the Scots, the Irish, and the Welsh. Sure the Celts fought the Norsemen as much as they fought each other but they also traded, lived side by side, and fought back to back.
    The culture and mythology of the Celts and the Norse are intertwined, though I don’t know if any of the guys who created the Edda’s ever envisioned their stories being recounted by a gaggle of Scottish Aunties.

    February 17, 2013

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