MARCH 8th & 9th
“A SONG AMONGST THE STONES” with Scottish Poet Kenneth Steven
Linked events to fund-raise for C4WS – Camden Homeless Project
A Song among the Stones brings folklore to life with the story of hermits voyaging across the high seas from Iona to Iceland in those high days of the Celts.
Written and performed by Scottish poet Kenneth Steven, accompanied by Philip Roderick’s intuitive percussion on Hang, Tongue drum and cardboard box.
The London Centre for Spirituality
6.30 pm on Friday 8th March 2013
Bookings: Eventbrite: http://songamongststones-eorg.
£20 (£15 concessions) with refreshments
Tel: 020 7621 1391
The Parish Church of St Mary-the-Virgin, Primrose Hill
7pm on Saturday 9th March 2013
Bookings: Eventbrite: http://asongamongstthestones.
Entry by donation – suggested £10
Tel: 020 7722 3238
Celtic myth meets Asian-African rhythmic drum, melding music and word to create a powerfully evocative and inspiring journey of the imagination.
In addition to the main performance, the concert will include clusters of poems from Kenneth, inspired by the isles of the Hebrides and Iona, interspersed with islands of music from Philip.
Both events conclude with opportunities for questions/discussion, to share a glass of wine or soft drink with friends and to chat with performers and purchase books/CD’s for signing, if you so wish.
“Sheer sound and poetry – this performance enlivens and uplifts both body and soul!”