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Timetable (English), Aberystwyth Storytelling Festival 2022

Festival Pass £50

Friday 2 September

4.45pm The Green Knight Cinema £7

5.00pm Astromythology from Ancient Sumer, Fiona Collins, Theatre £8

6.00pm Spinning Tales with Ailsa Mair Fox Studio

7.00pm Stars and their Consolations, Daniel Morden & Hugh Lupton Theatre £10

9.00pm Spirit of Water, Heart of Stone, Deb Winter & Gillian Stevens Theatre £8

10.00pm The Hammons Family of Appalachia, with Ben McManus Studio

 

Saturday 3 September

9.00am Kapiti Storytellers from Aotearoa New Zealand Studio

10.00am Prosiect Cymru India Wales Project Pod 6

10.00am Soundmapping by Ailsa Mair Hughes Studio

11.00am Hear Us and Hasten, Ffion Phillips & Ailsa Dixon Theatre £8

12.00pm Siani Pob Man, with Valeriane Leblond, Morfudd Bevan and Peter Stevenson

1.00pm Frances Roberts Reilly, Parramisha, Welsh Romany Tales, Theatre £8

2.00pm Ports Past and Present, with Mary-Ann Constantine Studio

2.00pm Storytelling for Welsh Learners, Fiona Collins Cafe

2.30pm Films from the Seneca Nation and Wales, Native Spirit Film Festival & WOW Cinema £7

3.00pm Tonfanau Tales, Chandrika Joshi, Theatre £8

4.00pm Daniel Morden & Hugh Lupton Q&A Studio

5.00pm Mochyn Myrddin, Milly Jackdaw Studio

5.00pm Chwedl, Outside or Cafe

6.00pm The Gods are all here, Phil Okwedy, Theatr / Theatre £10

8.00pm Phil Okwedy & Shara Atashi in conversation + Book Panel Studio

9.00pm Georgia Ruth & Iwan Huws Theatre £10

9.30pm Film, Three Skeleton Key, Abertoir Cinema

10.00pm Film, The Company of Wolves, Abertoir Cinema £7

10.00pm Fables After Dark, Tales of Love and Lust by local tellers, with Dr Halo Quin Studio

 

Sunday 4 September

10.00am The Fairytale of Aberystwyth, Story Walk, Peter Stevenson & Ailsa Mair Fox, Harbour

10.00am Penglais Woods Story Walk, Milly Jackdaw, Town

12.00pm Selkie Faction, Maria Hayes, Studio

1.00pm Okha Haran, Cath Little & Chandrika Joshi, Theatre £8

2.00pm Film, Mystic Chords of Memory + Q&A with director Lauren Everett Cinema £7

2.00pm Something or Nothing – Finding your Nexus, Carl Gough, Studio

3.00pm Live drawing crankies, Ruth Koffer, Studio

4.00pm Taliesin, Michael Harvey & Pauline Down Theatre £10

Aberystwyth Storytelling Festival returns in 2022, for the weekend of Friday 2nd September – Sunday 4th September, with a weekend of folk tales, myths, folklore, fairytale films, workshops, story walks, talks, book events, discussions, and special events on the subject of borders, migration and a sense of the otherworld, centred in Wales but travelling round the world.

 

Festival Pass, access to all shows, £50

Individual tickets £7, £8, £10

Book online 01970 623232, artstaff@aber.ac.uk

Details of shows: https://www.aberystwythartscentre.co.uk/

 

Full timetable:

Beyond the Border https://beyondtheborder.com/aberystwyth-storytelling-festival-2022/

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/events/416445470001856/

Instagram @AberystwythStoryFest

Bydd Gŵyl Chwedleua Aberystwyth yn dychwelyd yn 2022 rhwng dydd Gwener 2 Medi a dydd Sul 4 Medi, gyda phenwythnos o straeon gwerin, chwedlau, llên gwerin, ffilmiau hud a lledrith, gweithdai, teithiau cerdded, sgyrsiau, digwyddiadau llyfrau, trafodaethau a digwyddiadau arbennig ar thema ffiniau, mudo ac ymdeimlad o’r arallfyd, gyda’r cyfan wedi’i wreiddio yng Nghymru ond yn mynd â ni ar daith i bedwar ban byd.

 

Pass gŵyl £50,

Tocynnau £7, £8, £10

Archebwch Ar-lein 01970 623232, artstaff@aber.ac.uk

https://www.aberystwythartscentre.co.uk/

 

Amserlen:

Beyond the Border https://beyondtheborder.com/aberystwyth-storytelling-festival-2022/

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/events/416445470001856/

Instagram @AberystwythStoryFest

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