Lisa is a storyteller and environmentalist based on Dartmoor in Devon.
Her storytelling is a warm mix of ancient tale and keen observation of the natural world, with an eye for the seasons and an ear for the voices of the ancestors.
Lisa is the author of Botanical Folk Tales of Britain and Ireland (History Press, 2018) and the forthcoming Woodland Folk Tales of Britain and Ireland (History Press, 2020).
Friday 6.30pm – Imagine and Reawake! Glyndŵr Family Tent BSL (Tony Evans)
Saturday 5pm – Story Walk: The World Tree
Stories dedicated to our beloved ash trees, past, present and future. Here’s a tangle of Norse myth, Irish legend and English folktale, where you can hear the latest about our tree pandemic, learn some juicy reptilian insults and discover what happened after the world really did end.
Saturday 10pm – Gwenllian Big Top: Women Who Gave No F*cks
Sunday 12noon – Story Walk (Easy Route): Tangle of the Commons
The story of the British landscape and our relationship with the wild things around us, seen and unseen. Expect malevolent fairies, dastardly robber kings, slimy boggarts and a particularly disgruntled wild pig.