Sef has been telling, sharing and listening to stories for more than twenty five years. Much of this has been with refugees, asylum detainees, and in peace and reconciliation projects in the UK, The Middle East and South Africa.
He tells in mosques, churches, synagogues, as well as schools, museums and an occasional festival here and there.
Recent work has included several exciting tours of South America and China animating children and adults through the medium of story, games, rhythm and song, while using the opportunity to conduct his own research into some wonderful traditions of storytelling and singing.
Sunday 10am: Casglu Tent – Sef shares his experiences of stories in society. BSL (Tony Evans)
Sunday 12 noon: Glyndŵr Family Tent – Mamiath (Mother Tongue)
Sunday 3pm: Citrus Village, Stories from Syria for Families 7+
Sef brings a veritable caravan of family-friendly tales from this fascinating land; stories of liars and thieves, of magical transformations, of witty wives, of greed and honesty, all accompanied, by well-loved songs of the area.