Storytelling at Phibsborough market in Dublin

Since 8 July, I have been telling Irish and world family friendly stories at the newly established market in the linear park in Phibsborough, along with selling my books and T-shirts. It’s at the North Circular Road (Blacqueire Bridge) end of the park opposite the library. Whenever a likely looking adult-kid combination appears, I waylay them with the local tale of Lord Norbury and the black dog and other tales that I think will suit.

Coincidentally, Frank McNally gave me a mention as a Bardic Storyteller in his Irish Times “An Irishman’s Diary” column on 2 July in connection with my blog about the Setanta/Táin Wall off Nassau Street.

About Richard Marsh

Bardic storyteller and author
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