News and articles related to Druidry across the world
Saturday, March 26, 2005
Tam O’Shanter’s kirk of witches and warlocks to dance new jig

22 March 2005

It is the ancient kirk where Satan led a gaggle of warlocks and witches in a frenzied jig "till roof and rafters a' did dirl".

But now a dilapidated Ayrshire monument immortalised in Tam O'Shanter, one of the best-known works of Robert Burns, is to be preserved for future generations in the latest effort to safeguard the poet's heritage.

The Auld Kirk of Alloway, the scene of a supernatural dance in the poem, and its churchyard, where Burns buried his father, will be reinstated in a £250,000 project.

From: The Herald


Post a Comment


  Get a notification from WatchThatPage.com when this page changes. The email will contain the differences. This page is powered by Blogger, the easy way to update your web site.  

Home  |  Archives