I was born to be an enchantress. Silver threaded Arianrhod herself wove my destiny along with that of her son Lleu Llaw Gyffes.
History remembers me as a temptress, an adulteress, even as an accomplice to murder.
It is time my story was heard. The world needs enchantment like never before.
Will you listen?
In this performance piece storyteller and writer Stephanie Bradley, sometimes known as WynnAlice, tells the tale of the fourth branch of the Mabinogion from the perspective of the Flower Queen who became the Owl.
Steph Bradley has been performance storytelling since 2009, though she has been creating tales since she was a child. Her reportoire ranges from re-workings of Brythonic myth to modern day folk tales woven from the deeds of the heroes of our times; those birthing a new-old way of being in the world. Based in Devon, she has told tales from Hungary in the east to N Wales in the west, from Cumbria in the north to Cornwall in the South.
Her book ‘Tales of Our Times’ tells the tale of her 2000 mile journey across England, in an old pair of red flip flops, collecting and sharing tales. She is currently writing a trilogy which weaves Brythonic myth and fiction to create an Ecotopia.
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