Two Danish Christmas DuEtS

Svend-Erik Engh has found a joy around the Danish Christmas after moving to Scotland. Suddenly all the traditions that we as Danes takes for granted, comes alive in the meeting with another culture. Tuesday 15th December 3pm UTC and Thursday 17th December 3 pmUTC Svend-Erik Engh with guests – dansk jul with all the tales,Continue reading “Two Danish Christmas DuEtS”

Dougie Mackay

pigs and cows! Dougie is a holder of traditional Scottish storytelling and he brings vitality and joy into this tradition and it is always a uplifting experience to hear him tell some of the folktales from the country he loves so deeply. Dougie’s first story is about a pig and the name of a fairyContinue reading “Dougie Mackay”

David Campbell

soup, fiddleplaying, love making, challenges in frost and more soup! David Campbell is an institution in the Scottish Storytelling. He has been telling stories and holding ceilidhs in his apartment in Edinburgh for more than fifty years. It is an honour and joy to do this DuEt together with David. And the first thing DavidContinue reading “David Campbell”

In Danish, Jens Peter Madsen

erindringer på dansk I DuEtTeN føres vi ind i det okkulte. Jens Peter boede i en lejlighed i Odense, hvor det trak på gulvet, uhhhh, og ved slutningen af den historie føler Svend-Erik, at det trækker på gulvet i Edinburgh, der hvor han bor nu. Svend-Erik fortæller inspireret af den historie, hvordan Jannik fik enContinue reading “In Danish, Jens Peter Madsen”

Simon Hodges

poems and a short story, Hafeez, John of the Cross, death, friends, Angus In this DuEt Simon Hodges explore some of the mystics. He recites beautifully Hafeez’ “A glass of wine” translated by Robert Blye and then he reads John of the Cross’ “The Dark Night” – you can find this poem here. Svend-Erik isContinue reading “Simon Hodges”

Donald Askey

an Icelandic saga and a Nordic Myth The DuEt starts with Donald then bringing a saga from Iceland about two poets and the King of Norway. That gives Svend-Erik the opportunity to tell the story of how the forest of Scotland vanished many years ago. Svend-Erik then tells a story from the Nordic gods. DonaldContinue reading “Donald Askey”