Scottish Storyteller, Calum Lykan, is the perfect choice if you are organizing any event or festival large or small. He really connects with the people and leaves them feeling alive.

Calum has traveled far and wide to perform at festivals and special events. Comfortable telling around a small fire to a handful of guests or to thousands while standing upon a grand stage, Calum is the storyteller who can give your festival that extra touch of warmth and humor.

 

With a range of tales to enhance your event Calum can become the Highland Storyteller with a huge repertoire of tales from his native lands. Or does a Roguish Pirate regaling you with his ocean going exploits appeal more, how about a Viking Skald telling you about the myths and legends of the Norse, and let us not forget the humble Storyteller who weaves myths and legends from every realm.

 

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  • Hosting and MC services

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"These wonderful tales fill you with emotion.  I laughed heartily, I genuinely shed tears (twice in the same story), and in time I lost all sense of where I was.  Though I sat in a small room overlooking the Mile I travelled over the mountains, across and under seas, into cottages and woods.  I loved and lost and won the day. With only his voice Calum draws you in, makes you jump, pulls you to the edge of your seat;

his energy creates wonderful images.  

His accent is distinct but clear, and he explains the Scots words he uses, lending both lucidity and flavour to his show."

                                - Written by Lizzie Bell on the FringeGuru , August 2014 about Calum's show - Brave & Free: Traditional Tales of Scotland 

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