© Eric Maddern, 2015. All rights reserved.
Northwest Wales – Eryri, Ynys Môn and the Lln Peninsula – is probably the most mythic landscape in Britain. Blessed Bran, the prophet Merlin, the poet Taliesin, the Woman of Flowers, Arthur, numerous saints, the Tylwyth Teg, legendary historical figures like Llywelyn Fawr and Owain Glyndr… all made their mark here. And all have found their way into this sparkling new collection of tales. Come and join Eric for an evening of storytelling and readings from 'Snowdonia Folk Tales' during November and December this year, in and around Snowdonia.
Mon 23rd November – 7pm, Royal Welsh Yacht Club
Porth Yr Aur, Caernarfon LL55 1SN
Organised by Palas Print bookshop
Tues 24th November – 7.30pm, Caban, Brynrefail LL55 3NR
Doors open at 6.45 for sandwiches, cakes and bar.
Wed 25th November – 5pm, T Hyll (the Ugly House) LL24 0DS
Between Betws y Coed and Capel Curig
Organised by the Snowdonia Society
Thurs 26th November – 7pm, Cartrefi Cymru
The Former Saint Mary's Church, Tremadog, LL49 9RA
Mon 30th November – 7.45pm, Caffi Gwynant
Bethania, Nant Gwynant LL55 4NL
Lobscows, cakes, refreshments from 7pm.
Tues 1st December – 7.30pm, Noddfa Centre
Conway Old Road, Penmaenmawr LL34 6YF
Wed 2nd December – 7pm, Blue Sky Café
Ambassador Hall, Rear of 236 High St, Bangor LL57 1PA