DAY 1

PAPAY GYRO NIGHTS : day 1

Fire Procession and Bonfire by Old Pier. video

Bonfire by Old Pier. Festival is open!

Fire lit procession in a galy cold night

“The Gyro: The giantess who lived a thousand years”

Dr. Ragnhild Ljosland from the Centre for Nordic Studies introduces the cultural background of the Gyro Nights and telling story “Bora, the coo fae the sea” – an Orkney fairy tale by Chrissie Costie, where the Gryla makes an appearance.

14.02.2011


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