Lark of Mayfield’ -A tune by Ger Wolfe

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1 DAY TO GO! The festival weekend starts tomorrow. Our first live stream weekend event, ‘Hear All the Tellers’, is at 7pm. Find out what is on this weekend at www.capeclearstorytelling.com/the-weekend Here we have a great tune by Ger Wolfe,…

Two new videos from Hjörleifur Stefánsson and Joel Ben Izzy

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Enjoy our teaser story video No. 5: ”Grandpa Oli’ -A short story by Hjörleifur Stefánsson

4 DAYS TO GO! As we continue our countdown to this weekend’s virtual festival, we have another great short story from our featured teller, Hjörleifur…

Short stories by Clare Muireann Murphy

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‘Demon King and Enlightenment’ and ‘Alice and the Waitress read by Clare Muireann Murphy

10 days to go! As we continue our countdown to the festival weekend of the 4th to 6th of September, here are another two…

Con “Fada” Ó Drisceoil

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Con is a songwriter and accordion player from West Cork. He has written comic songs on a wide range of subjects which includes canine castration, Shakespearean tragedy, unwelcome percussionists and the wildlife of County Clare. In 2006 he published The…

Jack Lynch

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Dubliner Jack has been the featured Irish storyteller at the Cape Clear Festival on three occasions. A founder member of Storytellers of Ireland/Aos Scéal Éireann, he has told at festivals throughout Ireland, Britain, Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, the…

Paddy O’Brien

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Born in Co Kerry he is a natural storyteller who has appeared at the Cape Clear Storytelling festival on three occasions including the first festival in 1994. He has also featured regularly at many of the other Irish storytelling festivals…

Pat Speight

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Pat has told stories from Cork to Tennessee, Belfast to Montreal, North of England to Sardinia and many places in between. He has told stories to groups of two to 1200. A featured teller at festivals all over Ireland, England,…

Liz Weir

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From County Antrim she is the founder of the Yarnspinner community storytelling groups in Ireland (1986). She was Director of the Ulster Storytelling Festival (1989-2008), and the North West International Storytelling Festival in Derry (1993-2000). She is currently the Director…

Diarmuid O Drisceoil

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He grew up in a bi-lingual home, speaking English and Gaelic, and listened to the stories of his wide family network for years. He draws his stories mainly from the Irish tradition but adapts them to suit his surreal sense…