St Patrick’s Day, 17th March, is a key fixture in the Irish calendar, and indeed in many other places throughout
Welsh lake legends from the Brecon Beacons: A strange and dangerous old woman, an invisible island and an otherworldly guardian.
The epic unfinished poem, The Faerie Queene by Edmund Spenser, published 1590-96, created a parallel of the medieval universe.
A griffin is a legendary beast believed to be the offspring of a lion and an eagle, depicted in various
closer look at Taiwanese lore reveals the true international, eclectic and intercultural roots of Taiwanese folk culture.
‘Breaking the wishbone’ is a tradition around the world in the days after a Sunday roast, Thanksgiving or Christmas.
Caerleon: The location is steeped in history and archaeology with its impressive Roman ruins, and its later associations – it’s
The emotional and spiritual dimension of being in place, in the work of Alan Garner, powerfully reminds us of our