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How did Odin lose his eye?
Why did we call our Living History Education service Lore and Saga?
Norse Storytelling in a Viking Longhouse.

Story Telling was a valued skill in the Northern World providing both entertainment and education. Much of our knowledge of the early beliefs of Europe comes to us from the voices of Bards, Poets, Skalds and Story Tellers long departed.

The recent revival of interest in our oral heritage has started to breathe new life into ancient tales about such characters as Arthur, Beowulf, Cuchulain and the Norse Gods.

Even the enormous popularity of The Lord of the Rings owes it’s debt to the vitality of these much older sources.

For a very short sample story click on Odin at the top of this page to find out how he lost his eye.

Story Telling Sessions vary according to requirements, venue and age group.

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