Saturday, 22nd August, 2020, from noon til late
A day of vibrant voices celebrating the living Bardic Tradition in the British Isles and beyond. Join us to be entertained and stimulated by our inspiring line-up of poets, storytellers, musicians, and speakers. After each slot there will be a chance to discuss, make comments, and ask questions.
Nicola Chester – Berkshire-based nature-writer, Guardian Columnist, Author, Wild Writing Workshops.Blog: https://nicolachester.wordpress.com/ Twitter @nicolawriting @JogLibrary
Kirsty Hartsiotis – storyteller and art-historian.https://www.kirstyhartsiotis.co.uk/
Daru McAleece – druid, bard Website – https://tracscotland.org/storytellers/daru-mcaleece/ Website for anthology – https://www.hauntpublishing.com/books/haunted-voices
Paul Flinn – runner, poet
Rob Farmer – singer-songwriter https://robertfarmer.bandcamp.com/
Charlotte Hussey – Canadian poet (Glossing the Spoils; Soul of the Earth from Awen)
Helen Moore – ecopoet, writer, socially engaged artist & outdoor educator https://www.helenmoorepoet.com/
Peter Alfred Please – storyteller and writer http://www.peteralfredplease.co.uk/
Kirsten Bolwig – writer & storyteller Linked In profile
Brendan Georgeson – pop poet
Richard & Misha Carder – Gorsedd of Caer Badon (Bath), co-ordinators of the long-running ‘Poetry and a Pint’ night in Bath.
Henk Vis – druid, Avebury gorsedd
Gordon Rimes – musical bard of Avebury gorsedd
Scott Freer – banjo-maestro
Simon Andrews – singer-songwriter
Svanur Gisli Thorkelsson – Icelandic writer and tour-guide
Marko Gallaidhe – Irish musician and writer
Kevan Manwaring – author, lecturer, and storyteller
Online via Zoom (100 maximum – booked early to guarantee a space).
Donations invited to the Wiltshire Wildlife Trust and the Trussell Trust.
Please make a donation, then contact Kevan for Zoom details.
Contact Kevan: firstname.lastname@example.org