Traditions of the Dark Months
Friday, November 18, 2015
at historic Montgomery’s Inn
Featuring renowned performers
Tangi Ropar on accordion
and storyteller Bruce Carmody.
AS Byatt’s prize-winning novel Possession included stories of the fairy Melusina and other bewitching characters, and our evening will take you beyond King Arthur into the lesser-known realms of these rich and spellbinding tales.
By the fireplace at Historic Montgomery’s Inn, 4709 Dundas St West at Islington; free parking.
Please note: we advise that some of the stories may not be suitable for children under 12.
6 pm: Doors open
6.30-7.30: A simple Breton meal will be served: white-bean soup from a kettle over the hearth, cheese, apples, whole-grain bread baked at the Inn, and a traditional Breton butter and buckwheat cake.
Hot cider will be served during intermission.
Meal tickets: $15 per person
Show tickets: $20 / $15 students, seniors. Tickets can be purchased in advance by cheque, money order or electronic transfer. Cash or cheque will be accepted at the door, but please note that pre-registration is recommended.
Contact us at (416) 578-1031 or danceweavers at gmail dot comTo register, send an e-mail containing your name, telephone number and the payment method you prefer (cheque or electronic cheque/transfer).
DanceweaversKaren Millyard has been organizing cultural events and teaching historical and modern English Country Dance for years. She is a choreographer, researcher, event organizer, consultant and professional dance teacher who works in theatre, television, schools and the community. For information on her classes and other events, click on the links below.
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