Irish Storyteller weaves tales with Concertina tunes at Corner House Inn
On Thursday evening, May 12, Lynne Cullen and her concertina are back, telling tales about women: smart and silly, sexy and strong, old and young, with folktales from Ireland, the Czech Republic, Denmark, and Maine.
A determined spinster latches onto an unlikely (and reluctant) suitor; an old woman revenges herself upon a stingy fisherman; a goddess will do absolutely anything to gain an incomparable necklace, and more!
Lynne is a storyteller, playwright, and musician from Falmouth, Maine. She learned the ancient art of storytelling while living in Yorkshire, England and has brought the old stories from across the sea. Lynne learned to play the concertina from the great Irish player, Noel Hill from County Clare.
Lynne is the producer and host of Seanachie Nights, an evening of traditional music and stories (mostly Celtic and British, but not always) in Portland, Maine. Lynne loves to tell the Old Stories. You can find out more about Lynne's storytelling program and appearances at http://www.lynnecullen.com/
Join Lynne for an evening of storytelling magic on Thursday, May 12th. Storytelling Dinners are held every Thursday evening at the Corner House Inn in Center Sandwich from late October through the month of May. The Dinner begins at 6:30 pm, and the cost is $21.95 per person, plus tax and gratuity. For more information or to make a reservation contact the Corner House at 284-6219 or online at firstname.lastname@example.org.