Scottish International Storytelling Festival
Norma Cameron's Meet the Storyteller session
Students at the Storytelling Centre's Tell-a-Story-Day
Mara Menzies at Edinburgh's storytelling club Guid Crack
Storyteller Lawrence Tulloch in the Netherbow Theatre
Taking place from 25 October to 3 November 2013, the Scottish International Storytelling Festival is one of the many festivals held in Edinburgh throughout the year and is Scotland's vibrant and enduring annual celebration of traditional and contemporary storytelling.
The Scottish International Storytelling Festival brings together artists and audiences from Scotland and beyond with a programme of entertaining and inspiring live storytelling performances, thought-provoking talks, workshops, discussions and fun family activities.
The festival is based around the purpose-built Scottish Storytelling Centre in the Royal Mile in Edinburgh’s Old Town, however you will also find a wide programme events taking place in and around the city’s excellent art galleries, museums, libraries and schools.
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Edinburgh and the Lothians sits on the eastern side of Scotland's central belt, in the heart of the country.