Kirsty Hartsiotis: storyteller and writer
Kirsty Hartsiotis: storyteller and writer

Past events: 2016

Folk by Candlelight

Saturday 10 December

6pm, The Inn at Freshford

 

Join storyteller Kirsty Hartsiotis for winter tales and band Snufkin for acoustic music at this lovely newly reopened pub at Freshford - another magical candlelit event!

Folk by Candlelight

Saturday 3 December

6pm, The Old Crown, Kelston

 

Join storyteller Kirsty Hartsiotis for winter tales and band Snufkin for acoustic music at this magical candlelight event.

 

Folk by Candlelight

Saturday 17 September

7:30pm, The Old Crown, Kelston

 

Story teller Kirsty Hartsiotis will be joining us from 7.30pm with live acoustic folk music to follow from 8pm. The pub is also offering 2 pizzas for £15 from 6-9pm as well as popping popcorn and melting marshmallows over our fire pit. http://oldcrownkelston.com/

 

Tales of Witchcraft and Wonder

Friday 9 September

8pm, Blackfriars, Gloucester

 

Acoustic set of folkloric songs covering subjects such as shape-shifting, river goddesses and local mythology by Inkubus Sukkubus and friends (inkubussukkubus.com), plus folk tales of Gloucestershire by storyteller Kirsty Hartsiotis. Tickets £15 from gloucesterhistoryfestival.co.uk, tel 01452 503050 or in person from Gloucester TIC. All profits to Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust.

 

Help Holst

20 August

Wick Rissington

 

Come and join Kirsty for a tale or two at Wick Rissington village hall as part of the #HelpHolst celebrations at the end of the Holst Birthplace Museum's sponsored walk along the 35 miles of the Holst Way. Kirsty will be performing alongside choral singers and a Morris side on the 20 August. This is part of the Holst Birthplace Museum's fundraising campaign - find out more here: https://helpholst.wordpress.com/2016/07/18/help-holst-fundraising-campaign/.

Ghostly Tales of Gloucestershire

Friday 13 May

8pm, Museum in the Park, Stroud

 
Whether it’s white ladies or old ladies, monks or miners, blacksmiths or beggars, horses or hounds, priests or poltergeists, unwilling brides or all too willing femmes fatales, Gloucestershire’s hidden places are seething with spooks. Fire Springs storytellers Anthony Nanson and Kirsty Hartsiotis tell a spooky selection of the county’s creepiest ghost stories. You won’t look at Gloucestershire’s towns and landscapes the same way again, especially after dark.

 

Not suitable for under 12s. Booking advised to be sure of a seat, please call on 01453 763394.

Part of Museums at Night, the annual UK-wide festival of inspiring after-hours events, designed to encourage people to see arts, culture and heritage in a different light.

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