Tale of two townships

Gaelic singer and South Uist piper Chloe Steele.

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Gaelic singer and South Uist piper Chloe Steele took her place in a programme of events at a floating gallery in London and  online.

The Origin is a series of workshops, performances, talks and tours presented by Lews Castle College UHI Music Staff and Graduates from the Stanley Picker Gallery, a boat moored in Kingston Upon Thames.

Earlier in the event, which also run throughout this month, Chloe screened Bann nam Baghasdal, a short film documentary capturing the unique culture and lifestyle in two townships in South Uist  and Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.  After the film, Chloe taught a tradition Gaelic song.