Heather Forest

Words have the power to hurt and to heal – everything is going to be fine – smell I met Heather Forest many years ago in Sweden, were we both performed at Ljungby Storytelling Festival. Heather invited me to be part of a cosy after performance glass of wine, some stories and a song. IContinue reading “Heather Forest”

Gauri Raje

the potter and Shiva, the tigers of Borneo, the tiger’s whiskers and the horse A DuEt is an online streamed meeting between two artists. Gauri Raje is born in India and right now she is India studying traditional storytelling. Svend-Erik Engh is so happy to meet this wonderful storyteller in a DuEt, SE in Edinburgh,Continue reading “Gauri Raje”

In Danish, Carsten Islington

om at rejse og sanse, om at være fattig i et fremmed land, om trolde og børn Carsten Islington er en af de rigtigt garvede fortællere. Svend-Erik og Carsten har arbejdet sammen på kryds og tværs i fortællingens univers. Carsten slutter DuEtten af med at sige: “Ja, jeg kan ikke ryste dig af, du kommerContinue reading “In Danish, Carsten Islington”

Charlie Menzies

a call for a walk, a dream, two ravens and two eagles! Charlie reveals his vision of a walk to Hamish, Svend-Erik tells about a dream he had when he was young and Charlie ends up telling about two ravens and two eagles.

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”

Mark Borthwick

a folktale and some legends Mark Borthwick – is in Blackpool, England in a one year residency collecting stories. I met Mark two years ago when he lived here in Edinburgh and it was a thrill to be told stories by this talented young man up at the Calton Hiill New Burial. Me and AliceContinue reading “Mark Borthwick”

Alice Fernbank

an improvisation, a short story and a drawing This DuEt with Alice Fenbank has several surprises for you. First an improvised story from Alice, then I talk about a book I once read, then one of my own stories, that I have not told Alice before and the end of the conversation is Alice showingContinue reading “Alice Fernbank”

Claire Hewitt

two folktales, a legend and a song Svend-Erik met Claire at the Storytelling Centre and we connected instantly. She told me that she lived in Aberfeldby and that there was a lot of storytellers up in that area. I had just got my Saltire Card, which means that I can drive for free in bussesContinue reading “Claire Hewitt”

In Danish, Kasper Schulz

en Schulz historie, lidt erindringer og en sav Jeg mødte Kasper på Kulcaféen i København engang i halvfemserne, hvor han arrangerede fortælleaftner. Han var en vild fætter, altid fuld af uforudsigelige og vidunderligt fabulerende indfald. Senere dukkede han op under bøgetræets krone i København og spillede på sine trommer. Det er der billeder af –Continue reading “In Danish, Kasper Schulz”

Neil Sutcliffe

folktales, one of Svend’s own stories and some songs from Scotland I met Neil Sutcliffe in the summer 2017 on the island Lismore, when we both were performing at Taproot Festival. I saw this talented young accordion player and was truly fascinated. When Alice Fernbank and me needed a musician, Neil just stepped up andContinue reading “Neil Sutcliffe”