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Martin Shaw and Paul Kingsnorth: Into the Hut of Stories

10 Main Street, Benburb, Dungannon, Tyrone, BT717JZ
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An evening of saints & beasts: of marvels, perils and redemption. From The Voyage of Brendan to a chapel crafted lovingly by bees, these are Christian myths of ecological reverence and soulful nourishment. Filled with cross-species gossip and rarely explored complexity, these beautiful stories will inspire us to a deeper spiritual imagination.

This evening session is open to 50 further fortunate members of the public, alongside the 50 already participating in the day-long event with Paul and Martin. Tickets are available below just for this evening session.

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