Date Event Location
The Emigrant Woman's Tale The Playhouse Theatre, Derry, Northern Ireland The Playhouse Theatre, Derry, Northern Ireland
Border Stories An Cuan, Rostrevor, Co. Down An Cuan, Rostrevor, Co. Down
Border Stories Shimna College, Newcastle, Co. Down Shimna College, Newcastle, Co. Down
Border Stories Sticky Fingers Arts, Newry Sticky Fingers Arts, Newry
The Emigrant Woman's Tale The Prelate's Chapel, Palace Demesne, Armagh, Northern Ireland The Prelate's Chapel, Palace Demesne, Armagh, Northern Ireland
Foyle Folk Club Tinneys Bar, Derry, Northern Ireland Tinneys Bar, Derry, Northern Ireland
Glenfarg Folk Club Glenfarg Folk Club, Kinross, Perthshire Glenfarg Folk Club, Kinross, Perthshire
The Star Folk Club The Admiral Bar, Glasgow, Scotland The Admiral Bar, Glasgow, Scotland
Topic Folk Club Topic Folk Club, Bradford Topic Folk Club, Bradford
Girvan Folk Club Girvan Folk Club, Girvan Girvan Folk Club, Girvan
The Bridge folk Club The Bridge folk Club, Newcastle upon Tyne The Bridge folk Club, Newcastle upon Tyne
The Sunflower Folk Club Belfast Belfast
 —  — Courtmacsherry Storytelling Festival Courtmacsherry, Co. Cork, Ireland Courtmacsherry, Co. Cork, Ireland
GroßSchauen Henrietten Kirche GroßSchauen Henrietten Kirche, 15859 Storkow, Brandenburg GroßSchauen Henrietten Kirche, 15859 Storkow, Brandenburg
Das Spital, Oederan Das Spital, Oederan, 09569 Oederan Das Spital, Oederan, 09569 Oederan
Irish Folk Club Munich Irish Folk Club Munich, Munich, Bavaria Irish Folk Club Munich, Munich, Bavaria
Quarter Acoustic Music Club Quarter Acoustic Music Club, Hamilton Quarter Acoustic Music Club, Hamilton
Irvine Folk Club Irvine Folk Club, Irvine Irvine Folk Club, Irvine
Stirling Folk Club Stirling Folk Club, Stirling Stirling Folk Club, Stirling
Dunferline Folk Club Scotland Scotland

Border Stories

An Cuan, Shore Road, Rostrevor, Co. Down

Border Stories is a powerful 90 minute coming together of poetry, song and spoken word on the themes of immigration and homelessness - stories that cross borders physically and emotionally.

To celebrate International Woman's Day in the lovely surroundings of An Cuan and supported by the European Union's PEACE IV programme, this free event combines The Emigrant Woman's Tale (poetry written by Hungarian born writer Csilla Toldy, songs by Fil Campbell) and Bananas! performed by Belfast actress Vicky Blades - finishing with a discussion chaired by award winning journalist William Graham.

Border Stories

Shimna College, Newcastle, Co. Down

Border Stories is a powerful 90 minute coming together of poetry, song and spoken word on the themes of immigration and homelessness - stories that cross borders physically and emotionally.

Supported by the European Union's PEACE IV programme, this free event combines The Emigrant Woman's Tale (poetry written by Hungarian born writer Csilla Toldy, songs by Fil Campbell) and Bananas! performed by Belfast actress Vicky Blades - finishing with a discussion chaired by award winning journalist William Graham.