"...waiting for change like the dawn of a new spring tide" Snugville Street
Photograph by Billy McWilliams
Identity and culture
Identity, culture and society are the focus of this interactive workshop on the history of Irish Dancing. Pupils will be encouraged to recognise the forces and factors that have shaped the history of Irish dancing, including the main political and socio-economic events of the period.
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Culture, heritage & language will be explored in this 1.5 hour interactive workshop. Each pupil will compose a piece of creative writing either using their own dialect or their own cultural experiences. Areas of Learning: Local & Global citizenship Language & Literacy Environment & Society
A light-hearted discovery of culture, heritage and language through Children of Latharna and folklore in this 1-hour interactive storytelling session. Areas of Learning: Language & Literary The World Around Us Mutual Understanding
Question and Answer sessions are the most interactive way to explore the themes in Snugville Street, A Belfast Tale and Children of Latharna. I also run seminars in libraries on the theme of Irish Dancing, Languages of Ulster and the Protestant in Irish fiction. Library visits have included Linen Hall. Banbridge, Newtonbreda, Larne, Ballyclare, Ballymena, the Mellon Centre for Migration Studies, Suffolk and Bangor
"It was an energising experience to have Angeline King deliver a workshop for my group of youth participant learners. Well informed and well spoken, Angeline offered great artistic integrity and credibility to her subject whilst maintaining an approachable aesthetic." Karen D’Aoust, Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann, Omagh