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Carnlough Heritage Hub

Pucas, phantoms & pipes with Karen Edwards, Marie Kinney & Steve Lally

An afternoon of storytelling and uileann piping in the home village of Miss Netta Johnston, The Lady Piper of Carnlough. Featuring storytellers Karen Edwards and Steve Lally and piper Marie Kinney. This event is supported by Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust.

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Pucas, phantoms & pipes with Karen Edwards, Marie Kinney & Steve Lally
Pucas, phantoms & pipes with Karen Edwards, Marie Kinney & Steve Lally

Time & Location

23 Oct 2022, 14:00 – 15:30 BST

Carnlough Heritage Hub, Harbour Rd, Carnlough, Ballymena BT44 0EU, UK

About the Event

An afternoon of storytelling and uileann piping in the home village of Miss Netta Johnston, The Lady Piper of Carnlough. Featuring storytellers Karen Edwards and Steve Lally and piper Marie Kinney. 

This event is supported by Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust. 

Steve Lally is a native of Co Kildare now based in Co Armagh, Steve Lally has worked as a storyteller and visual artist for over fifteen years. He writes his own fresh material as well as re-imagining folk tales, myths, legends, recitations and story songs, and is the author of several books of folk tales. Find out more via storyman.info

Karen Edwards hails from Carnlough in the Glens of Antrim and combines storytelling with music on her Killarney D and Low D Whistles. Karen has entertained audiences throughout Ireland from as far afield as Cape Clear Island to Derry and has a wide repertoire including traditional myths and legends as well as stories she has written herself based on the history of the Glens of Antrim.

At nine years old Marie Kinney was already playing traditional music, tutored by Jim McGill on the fiddle and John Kennedy on the tin whistle. She was fifteen when she first heard the pipes and began her piping journey, initially self taught, though later she attended the Willie Clancy School. She has since played across the world with Gaelforce dance in Australia, Canada and the USA. She now plays and teaches with Ballycastle Comhaltas.

Tickets

  • Pucas, phantoms & pipes

    £5.00
    +£0.13 service fee
    Sale ended

Total

£0.00

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