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TalesFromTheShadows
We are a theatre group specialising in blending oral storytelling and visual shadow art and puppetry. We also have a podcast called “Sounds from the Shadows”
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TalesFromTheShadows Dec 7
Bun joined us in the latest episode at about 28 mins, because it wouldn’t really be an episode of Sounds from the Shadows without a small snuffly dog
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TalesFromTheShadows Dec 7
Episode 18 out now! Staring and 50 faerie women dressed in green!
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TalesFromTheShadows Dec 7
Just recorded an episode with
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TalesFromTheShadows Dec 6
Replying to @leprechaun_ie
It’s dark and damp all the time
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TalesFromTheShadows Dec 6
Replying to @MythicalPodcast
Cant wait! My guess is “story of a mother-in-law”
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TalesFromTheShadows Dec 6
The Stone Soup story is one found in multiple cultures. Lady Augusta Gregory used the Irish version as the bases for her play The Pot of Broth
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TalesFromTheShadows Dec 6
Replying to @ElisaInTime
Blood or Guinness
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TalesFromTheShadows Dec 5
This door with its twin swans was erected by Goergie Yeats, spiritualist, socialite, and wife of poet W.B, a Drumcliffe church co, Sligo, where the couple is buried.
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TalesFromTheShadows Dec 5
Visited the tomb of Queen Medb
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TalesFromTheShadows Dec 5
Just made it by the skin of my teeth!
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TalesFromTheShadows Dec 4
Another adventure begins before dawn!
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TalesFromTheShadows Dec 4
for random facts and strange info. for cryptids. Friday Night Comedy Podcast from for satirical comedy for Irish and UK true crime
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TalesFromTheShadows Dec 4
for feminist discussions on Folklore. for UK true crime and dark humor. , , and our podcast Sounds from the Shadows for fairytales and folklore
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TalesFromTheShadows Dec 4
Death in the afternoon, slightly morbid and definitely intrigued stories with a death possative outlook. for true crime by two sister with a background in forensics and journalism as well as an extensive knowledge of musical theatre
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TalesFromTheShadows Dec 4
Best of luck guys!
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TalesFromTheShadows Dec 4
Not sure if this counts as a Teaser Tuesday, but has a bit of a brake and will be back with Sounds from the Shadows on Friday with stories, and tales about what we’ve been up to!
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TalesFromTheShadows Dec 4
Replying to @ElisaInTime
Tumblr does not like to be reminded of its own mortality it seems
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TalesFromTheShadows Dec 2
Scorpia and Catra going prom together! What’s their ship name? Scotra? Catpia?
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TalesFromTheShadows Dec 2
Scorpia and Catra going o rom together! What’s their shop name? Scotra? Catpia?
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TalesFromTheShadows Dec 1
Replying to @femlorepod
We talked about and told that story on our podcast. I don’t know if there’s a link between the two stories but there are similarities, and as many of the Irish Viking slaves in Iceland were women it would definitely colour the story of it had traveled with them
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