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Between Worlds: British and Irish Folktales

with Kevin Crossley-Holland

  • 2019/events/British Myths and Folktales

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Tuesday 19 February 2019, 4.00pm

Nancy Knowles Lecture Theatre

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Tickets£8 (all those under 16 must be accompanied by an adult) All adults and children must purchase a ticket to the event Running time1 hour
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Synopsis


After talking all things Nordic in his Norse Myths anthology, now master storyteller Kevin Crossley-Holland wants to tell you the tales of a world a little closer to home.

Join the Carnegie Medal-winning author as he transports you back in time to a world of British myths and folklore.His newest anthology, Between Worlds, beautifully illustrated by Frances Castle, talks of magic and wonder, love, fairies, and even some extremely spooky ghosts.

Dark and funny, lyrical and earthy, these stories are part of the culturally-important and enduring historic tradition of the weaving of tales.

Suitable for ages 9+

 

Kevin Crossley-Holland 


Kevin Crossley-Holland is a well-known poet and prize-winning author for children.

His most recent books are Heartsong, with Jane Ray, a new collection of Poems, The Breaking Hour, both published in 2015, The Riddlemaster, published in June 2016, Norse Myths, published by Walker Studio, and Between Worlds published by Walker Books.

The Seeing Stone won the Guardian Children's Fiction Award, the Smarties Prize Bronze medal, and the Tir na n-Og Award. His Arthur trilogy has won worldwide critical acclaim, sold well over one million copies, and been translated into twenty-five languages.