Pauline Cordiner is a storyteller from the fishing and farming traditions of the North East of Scotland who enjoys telling a mix of Scottish tales, myths, legends, folk tales and the occasional home grown tale of her own.
With a background in science and living history, she loves to share her love of history, science and the environment through the stories she tells… but she also saves some time to sing a traditional Scottish ballad or “funny wee song”.
Pauline is never happier than when she’s sat in a field or forest listening to, or taking a turn to tell a story. However, telling stories and performing ballads live online is fast making up for the visits to numerous festivals, castles, schools and social groups that we’re all missing out on at the moment.
If you are enjoying her work, and are able to do so, please show your support for Pauline by dropping donation in the virtual hat below. Pauline is generously forwarding all these proceeds to the Cafe Clock Tellers, in the knowledge that tellers in Morocco have the additional challenge of being isolated at home in a developing country.