Antrim Folk Tales (Folk Tales: United Kingdom)

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Buy It Now. Add to cart. Be the first to write a review About this product. About this product Synopsis Antrim Folk Tales Antrim has a rich heritage of myths and legends which is uniquely captured in this collection of traditional tales from across the county. Here you will find tales of the traditional rural ways of life among the residents of Antrim, their customs and superstitions, alongside stories of legendary heroes, faeries, witches, and ghostly goings-on. In a vivid journey through Antrim s varied landscape, local storytellers Billy Teare and Kathleen O Sullivan take the reader to places where legend and landscape are inseparably linked.

Featured here are stories of well-known figures from Irish folklore, including Conal Cearnach, with his association to Dunseverick Castle, and Deirdre of the Sorrows, whose mournful plight is linked to the rock at Ballycastle, known as Carraig Usnach.

Here you will also find tales of lesser-known Antrim characters such as the heroic outlaw Naoise O'Haughan and local lad Cosh-a-Day, along with fantastical accounts of mythical creatures, including the mermaid of Portmuck, the banshee of Shane's Castle, and the ghostly goings-on in Belfast. These stories bring to life the county's varied landscape, from its lofty mountains to its fertile lowlands and dramatic coastline. Show More Show Less.

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She has told stories at major festivals on both sides of the Atlantic and is well known for her expressive interpretation of Irish legends and Wonder Tales. Allow yourselves to be transported to a Celtic Otherworld of spells and enchantments.

Scottish storyteller Ruth Kirkpatrick likes to tell all kinds of stories, Scottish and international, to all kinds of audiences, young and old. Performing with a great mixture of warmth, sensitivity and humour, Ruth creates a natural rapport with the audience, making the listeners part of the tale. Karen Edwards hails from the Glens of Antrim and delights her audience with a range of folk, fairy and comical tales, enhanced by tunes on her Killarney whistle.

Having told stories for over 40 years Liz is the first recipient of the Armstrong Storytelling Bursary and has been Storyteller in Residence for Libraries NI since She is a skilled workshop leader and trains storytellers as well as telling stories to people of all ages and abilities, She has travelled the world sharing and promoting the traditional art for which Ireland is famous. Sharon Dickson Born and reared in Belfast, Sharon evokes memories of the past with her Belfast Blitz monologue which she has performed to audiences right across Northern Ireland.

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Nuala Hayes Nuala Hayes is a storyteller, actor, and professional radio producer who has been collecting and telling folk tales for the last 20 years. Pat Ryan Patrick Ryan has worked as a teacher and professional storyteller for over thirty years. Len Cabral Len is an award-winning internationally acclaimed storyteller who has been enchanting audiences for decades.

Claire McNicol Originally from Lisburn, Claire recently unearthed notebooks full of family stories told to her by her grandmother Violet who was born in Ruth Kirkpatrick Scottish storyteller Ruth Kirkpatrick likes to tell all kinds of stories, Scottish and international, to all kinds of audiences, young and old.

Karen Edwards Karen Edwards hails from the Glens of Antrim and delights her audience with a range of folk, fairy and comical tales, enhanced by tunes on her Killarney whistle. Revoke cookies.