Fri, 27 Mar | Isle of Man

Whispering in the trees: Manx Folklore - An informal Talk by James Franklin - Postponed to May TBC

A relaxed talk about some of the fascinating and important Manx folklore behind the art works, with James Franklin. Why did the Lil’ Fellas punch a sleeping girl in the eye? Why are Manx giants waiting in caverns under the ground? Which Manx saint stabbed a Viking raider through the heart?
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Whispering in the trees: Manx Folklore  - An informal Talk by James Franklin - Postponed to May TBC

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27 Mar 2020, 19:00 – 20:30
Isle of Man, Isle Contemporary

About The Event

Join us for an exciting opportunity to attend an evening in which James Franklin talks about the some of the fascinating and important Manx folklore behind the art works.

Why did the Lil’ Fellas punch a sleeping girl in the eye? Why are Manx giants waiting in caverns under the ground? Which Manx saint stabbed a Viking raider through the heart? This is also an opportunity to meet the Artist behind the photographs Mark Kinrade

’Whispering in the trees’ at the Isle Contemporary art gallery in Tynwald Mills, previews Sunday March 15th and runs until 19th April and is supported by Isle Contemporary and the Isle of Man Arts Council.

We look forward to welcoming you to the gallery and our latest exhibition, light refreshments will be served  - a wonderful way to spend an hour or two learning more about Manx Folklore and view the Mark's photographic depictions.

Isle Contemporary, The Courtyard Tynwald Mills, St Johns

Alternatively our opening hours are Wednesday - Sunday 1pm - 5pm.

To Be Confirmed May 2020

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