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The Village and the Road – Tom Pow and the Galloway Agreement

‘All human life is here, and if we cannot easily express what has been lost in the decline of rural places, we surely know it’s gone’ – Patrick Laurie

The Village and The Road 

A personal and collective story about rural depopulation, told through storytelling, live music and theatre. Poet and friend to Birlinn, Tom Pow draws on his travels for this emotive journey exploring abandonment of the countryside, refugee crises and the great thinning of the natural world, whilst The Galloway Agreement musicians draw on their wide experience of European musical traditions, enlarging the emotional landscape and driving the narrative. 

Part of the Made In Scotland Showcase 2022 

Made in Scotland supports Scottish artists and companies to bring work to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, to share incredible pieces of Music, Dance and Theatre, and allow them to explore the international opportunities that arise from performing at the world’s largest arts festival 

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Wednesday 17 Aug 2022 15:00 to Monday 29 Aug 2022 15:00
Scottish Storytelling Centre VENUE 30, Edinburgh. United Kingdom