GIANTS Storytelling Performance

  • A two hour storytelling performance for grown ups
  • A 75 minute performance for family audiences (8+)

Both shows offer a dynamic, physical, musical performance which maps the rise and demise of GIANTS. Taking a loving look at their adventures, their conflicts, and their difficulties as humans gradually take over the earth.

As two very tall storytellers we have embarked upon a quest to find out what it is to be gigantic through ancient tales and legends that tell stories of giants. Our performance weaves Celtic and Nordic myths and folktales around a theme close to our hearts. We perform with musicians who bring a musical voice to the stories.

Our first performance took place at Tradfest, at The Scottish Storytelling Centre in Edinburgh on 30th April 2017 where we  performed with local musician Nicky Haire.

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Alice Fernbank, Neil Sutcliffe and Svend-Erik Engh.
Photography by Vincent Jozajtis

Our most recent performance of our Family show was on 27th October 2018 at The Scottish International Storytelling Festival where we joined forces with musician Neil Sutcliffe.

Some words from the audience:

You were on fire! What a performance,” Katherine Bruce

What a gorgeous night of story and music. Thank you.” Mairi Campbell

At TapRoot Lismore Music and Literature Festival in September 2017 we worked together with David Francis and Neil Sutcliffe.

In October 2017 we took our GIANT stories to the Scottish International Storytelling Festival where we performed them in the Royal Botanic Gardens as part of the Enchanted Garden Event.

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