Online ticket sales have now ended. You will be able to purchase tickets from Furness Tradition at the Coronation Hall.
“The universe is made of stories not atoms”
“A good story cannot be devised; it has to be distilled”
We are great fans of storytelling at Furness Tradition; we firmly believe that stories are for all ages – not just small children. So why not buy a ticket for all our storytelling events?
One ticket gives Admission to 3 storytelling events:
Madam Bridget’s caravan of curiosity presents:
The Golden Orb of Prophecy
Saturday 8th July, 10.30 am, Ulverston Library, Kings Road.
Tales From the Wild Edge
Contemporary Highland storyteller, Dougie Mackay, leads a journey of rewilding through folktales from the British Isles and overseas.
Inviting the audience to follow unkempt paths, alert to animal allies, ears pricked for dangers, revelling in mossy delights and venturing where few dare.
3.30 pm Saturday in the Supper Room, Coronation Hall
Storytelling Forum discussion
Sunday 9th July – 10.30 am, Coronation Hall Ante Room
Mark Borthwick, Steve Wharton, Ian Douglas, Dougie MacKay and illustrator Katherine Soutar-Caddick
This was an incredibly popular event last year and we have been urged to repeat this – hear about our storyteller’s inspirations, approaches to their craft, ask them questions and of course hear a few stories.
Concessions are over 65s, students and unwaged.
Family Tickets are for groups of 4 which must include at least 1 adult and 1 child.
If your family is larger please contact us here for a price.