The tenth season of the stunning Celtic Tales storytelling sessionsbegins in the Crane Bar, Sea Rd, Galway on Thursday May 4th. As always I'll be having great fun reimagining of the myths, folklore and urban legends of Ireland and Scotland. For this tenth year, I will also be telling a whole new bunch of tales of sorrow, horror and comedy. Ilove all these stories. They are weird and wonderful, but no matterhow strange or scary they get there is always a little bit of commonsense somewhere in…See More
Wanderlust. . . . It’s part of the Irish experience. Maybe it’s even in the DNA.But from the voyages of St. Brendan, through the exile of the earls, to the many waves of emigration, up to today’s globetrotting expats and tourists, the penchant for the Irish to want to see the world beyond is well known. Heck, Van Morrison even wrote song about it.With that in mind, we begin.The Wild Geese Global Irish Travel group aims to provide a vehicle for members to share their wisdom and experiences by…See More
"Another thought about the Galway Bay Folk Tales book. People have been kind enough to get in touch asking about how they can get a copy of the book. One way is to buy a sign copy from me direct. Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like…"
"Hi James, yeah it can be a little disturbing, but i do mange to chalk it up to co-incidence. What is iinteresting though from my own expereince, and the experiences i've heard from others, is how coincidences are connected to incredily intense…"
"Hope people enjoy this clip from the start of the story. If you want to hear the full version come along to the Celtic Tales storytelling sessions in The Crane Bar, Galway, which start on 4th June. For more see…"