On this site we tell of our vision and detail our practical life on the way to that vision.
We offer our experiences and suggestions and hope to encourage and inspire, so that more and more of us start to travel the world with voice and story, to listen and to tell.
For before we begin to tell we become quiet and we listen. We listen to what is around us, and to what is in us, to what is amiss in us, what is crying, and calling out for expression.
We love our profession. We are tellers of story. We tell from the heart, with skill and with affection. We go to places where people are in need and where the sound of story heard leads to engagement and healing.
And the story travels on.
Excellent transport connections - Dublin airport only 45 mins from venue - Direct flights from locations across Europe Emain Macha, Navan Fort, Armagh One of Ireland’s most important ancient monuments, Navan Fort was the capital and seat of the Kings of Ulster. It is also the site of some of Ireland’s greatest myths.
There are excellent facilities, including a performance space. An Grianán, Termonfeckin - On-site accommodation for up to 117 delegates - Performance spaces and break out rooms - Excellent food.
This has to be one of the most powerful sites in
Ireland. The neolithic cairns are the oldest monuments, and some of the best examples of a stone age landscape remaining in Ireland. National Folklore Collection, University College Dublin
Based on booking of approximately 90 people including
• Use of the conference facilities
• Continental breakfast Thurs, Fri and Sat
• Light lunch Thurs and Fri
• 2 course buffet meal Thurs and Fri
• Estimated costs: €225-240 pp