Viewers of Paisley & District U3A’s 4 February online meeting at 2pm are invited to join renowned Scottish oral storyteller, Anne Pitcher. They’ll leave the cares of the world behind and join Anne on a storytelling journey that will transport them to other places and times. People are welcome to ask questions and have a chat.
U3A chair, Kathy O’Donnell remarked: “Scotland has a longstanding oral storytelling tradition. Indeed, well known writers like Robert Louis Stevenson and Walter Scott are celebrated the world over. Our members can enjoy hearing stories being told, according to the Scottish Travellers’ old proverb, “Eye to eye, mind to mind and heart to heart.”
Anne Pitcher, who is on the Traditional Arts and Culture Scotland’s Directory of professional storytellers said: “Scotland has such a rich history of oral storytelling rooted deep in its past. Storytellers traditionally shared folklore, myths, legends and historical tales. Today oral storytelling is a vibrant and active art form in Scottish culture, and one which I’m proud to be part of.”
Details on how to view this free live talk are on:https://u3asites.org.uk/paisley/welcome