Singer, storyteller, producer, and Welsh language learner Claire Mace was born near Aberdeen and is now based in Gwynedd. She’s fascinated by old songs and stories and their power to help us find our way in the present time.
She worked for the BBC for ten years across various departments including as a producer for BBC News and researcher for BBC Radio Science. She has been producing and promoting events for over twenty-five years. Her hobbies include pickling vegetables, teaching yoga and learning about medicinal plants.
Claire will be working with communities in and around Bethesda to empower and encourage people to tell stories, both their own family stories, and stories that touch into the recent and ancient historical landscape, through a combination of recording, training, mentoring and story walks.
Sunday 25th June 11am-1pm
At Neuadd Ogwen, High Street, Bethesda Gwynedd LL57 3AN
Darganfod Storïau: a Storytelling Workshop for Welsh Learners.
Join storyteller, poet, language-lover, word-smith and Welsh learner Jo Munton for a fun morning of playing with words and stories to help you build your confidence away from the rigidity of a classroom setting. Get inspired to get past the fear, enjoy your words, and use your spoken Welsh!
Tickets £15 (£10 rate available to students, unwaged).
Places are limited, book at www.anadlu.com