FIRE & WATER FESTIVAL
HARVEST MOON RITUAL
WITH TEA TIME CREATION CO.
Take part in a storytelling ritual under the Harvest Moon.
Join Tea Time Creation Co. for a new interactive storytelling piece at the Alderney Landing Fire & Water Cultural Festival, which coincides with the Harvest Moon. Set around a firepit and using music, personal folklore and bits of nature, this 20-minute experience is based on traditional Celtic rituals with a new, personal twist.
20 minutes, repeating
Alderney Landing Waterfront
Saturday, September 23rd (6:30pm - 8:30pm)
Alderney Landing's Fire & Water Festival is a celebration of Nova Scotia’s unique cultural diversity featuring music, dance, art, food, and fire performances.
Harvest Moon Ritual, 2022
(Photo by Daniel Wittnebel)
TEA TIME CREATION CO.
Nova Scotia / Mi'kma'ki
Tea Time Creation Co is a quartet of quirky clowns including Ailsa Galbreath (she/her), Gina Thornhill (she/they), James MacLean (they/he), and Kathleen Dorian (she/her). They occasionally perform wild and obscene adaptations of Shakespeare for a pub filled crowd. Or they write, devise, and create their own work including roaming performances, and other types of experimental theatre.
EFT’s Harvest Moon Ritual was originally created and performed by artists Mary Fay Coady, Mary-Colin Chisholm and Burgandy Code with support from Kat McCormack.
The Halifax Transit Dartmouth Ferry arrives directly at Alderney Landing, and Alderney Gate is serviced by Halifax Transit buses #5, 6+, 53, 54, 55, 62, 158, 159, 161, 165.
Limited open seating around a firepit.
Public gendered accessible washrooms are available on the main floor of Alderney Landing.