2023 Storytelling 10th-12th November
This year is our 10th year but sadly, our beloved Chairman Batt Burns will not be appearing due to ill health but I’m sure he will be here in spirit. We will surely miss his wonderful stories and cheeky grin. Our storytellers and performers are: John Spillane, Sheila Flitton, Helena Byrne, Len Cabral, Paddy O’Brien and Killian Burns. The lecture will be given by Dr Aoife Granville (Folklore and Ethnology, UCC) she is a native of Dingle. An expert in 'wren boy' and 'strawboy' traditions and also a traditional musician who has conducted extensive study on our native musical traditions. On Saturday night actor Sheila Flitton will be performing her one woman play ‘Beezie’. Sheila was in the film The Banshees of Innisheran last year playing Mrs McCormick. Patrons can look forward to children’s performances, adult story swaps, and storytelling in the barn, the South Kerry Rosen Choir will sing in the St Michael’s Church. Our talented Young Tellers return with their stories, as does our popular lunchtime theatre from Sneem DramSoc. We have a story bar in Murphy’s Loft on Saturday night after the play. Programmes can be picked up from local shops, bars and hotels and tickets can be reserved from Rosie on 086 152 2346, email@example.com or you can come along to the Information Desk in the Sneem Hotel Lobby outside the Function Room from Friday 10th November at 10am onwards and either pick up your tickets or buy them (we’re sorry cheque or cash only).”
More info can be found on the Storytelling website https://sneemstorytellingfestival.com/
Our 2023 prices will remain the same as our 2022 price. €20 for EHU, Fresh water, Grey/Black empty.
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