'Spellbinding...' Max Reinhardt, BBC Radio 3 Late Junction

 

Kirsty Law is a Scots folksinger, songmaker and storyteller who takes the tradition to as many new places as she can find.

Having learnt directly from tradition bearers such as Sheila Stewart, Margaret Bennett and Cathal McConnell she now

works in theatre, with visual artists, contemporary dancers, poets, storytellers, sound artists as she explores themes such as 

queerness, social commentary, sexual politics, landscape, hope and snow.