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An Evening of Storytelling at Autumn Fest

7, Forkhill, Newry, Armagh, BT35 9RP
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As part of the Ring of Gullion's Autumn Fest we invite you to join us for an evening of storytelling in McLarkin's Forkhill in association with Storytellers of Ireland and the Armstrong Storytelling Trust.


Come and listen to such storytellers as Liz Weir, Stephen O'Hara and Francis McCarron and share with us a story or two yourself. It promises to be a great evening of entertainment.


Admission to this event is free but booking is essential.  To book please email bordertalkproject @gmail.com.

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