Hebridean Treasure: Lost and Found

Dance, Physical Theatre and Circus (music, poetry)

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Internationally acclaimed writer John Philip Newell works with some of the most talented young artists of Scotland to tell the story of an enchanted Hebridean world that was lost but is being found again in a new sense of the earth as sacred. The composer and singer Mischa Macpherson weaves her spell of ancient and new sound around the equally compelling performance of the beautiful dancer Kirsten Newell under the artistic direction of Shane Shambhu, achieving what has never been attempted before, a memory of the forgotten influence India has on the Celtic soul.

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