Norse Mythology, Heritage & Culture

As told by International students from Linköpings University, Sweden Running from
Last event: Thursday 8 November at 10am
  • Free
  • Garret Theatre

A group of Swedish students from Linköpings University will share their cultural heritage in the telling of stories from Norse Mythology.

10am – 3pm, Drop-in to any or all of the Storytelling sessions listed here

10:15am Odin’s Search for Wisdom
10:35am The Making of Thor’s Hammer
10:55am Odin’s Search for Wisdom
11:15am How Thor Found his Hammer
11:35am The Death of Balder
11:55am Odin’s Search for Wisdom
1:15pm Odin’s Search for Wisdom
1:35pm The Death of Balder
1:55pm How Loki was Punished
2:15pm The Binding of the Wolf
2:35pm How Loki was Punished

 

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