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Border Talk - An Evening of Storytelling with Stephen O'Hara | Lúnasa Festival

Bluebell Lane, 49 Tullymacreeve Road, Tullymacreeve, Mullaghbawn, Co Armagh, BT35 9RE
Stephen O'Hara


As part of the Lúnasa Festival 2024, on the enchanting evening on Friday 23 August 2024, storyteller Stephen O'Hara will grace the Round House nestled in the heart of Bluebell Lane Glamping, at the foot of the majestic Slieve Gullion Mountain.

Under the star-studded sky, attendees will gather to immerse themselves in a rich tapestry of tales spun by Stephen. His stories, steeped in ancient Irish folklore and wisdom, will transport listeners to distant lands, evoke wonder, and ignite their imaginations.

As the sun sets, Stephen's words will weave magic, connecting past and present, myth and legend. Whether seated around a crackling fire or under the open sky, this storytelling evening promises to be an unforgettable experience.

Stories also welcome from the floor.  This is a free event, but booking is essentialBOOK NOW


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Season (23 Aug 2024)
Friday19:30 - 22:00

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