Open Storytelling Circle January 2016

Tonight we had the pleaure of listening to Ursula Holden Gill’s intricately self-penned, traditionally inspired fairy tale, The Bard’s Bridge. Woven from various sources; including a 17th century witching tale, a children’s classic, a contemporary Italian folktale and a silly little anecdote she learned down the pub, through the story Ursula challenged her listeners to consider their relationship with archetype and loss, desire, sense of place, death, dreams and ultimately, transformation. Ursula held us spell bound for an evening as she wove words of enchantment around her audience.

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