The name ‘Bríghid’s Flame’ (pronounced ‘breeds flame’) is inspired by the eternal fire of the Irish goddess Bríghid which was tended, and is still tended, in Kildare. Bríghid was the patron goddess, and later patron saint, of poets and poetic inspiration. It is her inspiration, creativity and craft we seek to embody in the shows we create.
He has performed across Britain and overseas (Italy, Germany, Malta, Greece, Egypt, USA). Appearances on BBC TV and radio.
Read Kevan’s article “Creating a Spoken Word Performance to Promote a New Book” at http://www.open.ac.uk/blogs/WritingTutors/?p=762
She has also worked with folk musician Tim Graham (2013 Bath Folk Festival), and she has lent her unmistakable voice to the backing vocals for the latest album of the progressive rock band, LEGEND.
Chantelle and Kevan have been performing together since 2014 and are part of the larger storytelling collective, Fire Springs.