– with Scottish Musician Neil Sutcliffe.
We are exploring Wolves and what impact they have and have had on humans in stories, music and songs.
The show features myths/fairy tales and folk music from Scotland, Scandinavia, Russia, Transylvania and England.
Come and delve deep into the psyche of Wolves, and discover what these proud animals have meant for people around the world.
Danish Storyteller Svend-Erik Engh and Scottish Musician Neil Sutcliffe tell a story inspired by the Viking’s arrival in Scotland, with traditional Nordic tales and Gaelic and Scots songs woven into the narrative.
You are invited onboard a Viking Longship sailing from Jutland in Denmark to Shetland in Scotland. A young man sets off to finish his fathers work: to build a causeway out to Law Ting Holm and share his culture with the Shetlanders.
I knew it was going to be good, but I didn’t know it was going to be this good
– Lorna Shields
Walk the Oars is a treasure, an ancient oasis of delight in the sea of the modern world. The whole thing is engaging and exciting, and rekindles a semi-lost fire of storytelling
Imogen Rowe, edinburghguide.com
As The King’s Men perform Shakespeare’s Hamlet at the court of James VI/I and Queen Anne of Denmark, bittersweet memories are unearthed for the royal couple. They recall a perilous voyage across the waters between Scotland and Denmark. The play stirs up a well of grief, opening the deepest of heart wounds in the king himself.
Created and performed together with English storyteller Alice Fernbank the performance explores parallels between the story of Hamlet and the life of James VI/I.