Garden of Tales: Stories from Lithuania
Lithuanian storyteller Daiva Ivanauskaitė introduces us to traditional stories weaved with songs of her Baltic country as part of Lithuanian Days in Scotland.
About Garden of Tales: Stories from Lithuania
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Step into the garden, luscious in summer and white with snow in winter. Sit under the blooming branches and taste the apple from the tree of life. Listen to stories from the worlds above, below and our own in between. Lithuanian storyteller Daiva Ivanauskaitė introduces us to traditional stories weaved with songs of her Baltic country as part of Lithuanian Days in Scotland.
In partnership with Lithuanian Culture Institute and Lithuanian Embassy in the UK.
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