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Breton Day: Breton Ballads

Events • Music • Panel Discussion and Performance

This event is part of the British Academy's season on Identities & Belonging

Mary-Ann Constantine and Éva Guillorel, co-authors of Miracles & Murders: An Introductory Anthology of Breton Ballads, will be taking part in The Morrab Library’s ‘Breton Day’. 

From 2-3pm, Mary-Ann will explore the rich history of Breton ballads with live musical illustrations. Following this, Éva will give the keynote speech in a panel discussion on popular culture in Brittany and Cornwall. A concert of Breton-Cornish traditional music will bring the day of celebrations to a close. 

In partnership with The Morrab Library, Penzance as part of ‘Breton Day’

Afternoon sessions: £4 each or £6 for both events (Morrab Library members FREE) 
Evening concert: advance booking £8; tickets on the night £10

To book, email

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Morrab Library

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