Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture

The Green Road with Amy Douglas and Lucy Wells
Thursday 25th October 8pm

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ANDREW LOGAN MUSEUM – THE GREEN ROAD with Amy Douglas and Lucy Wells



ALMoS is proud to present Festival at the Edge founder member, professional storyteller par excellence and award-winning published writer Amy Douglas and her compatriat in yarns, Lucy Wells on Thursday 25 October at 8pm to recount The Green Road, the hidden road that wends between this world and the otherworld …


Expect harmony and humour in this lengthy tale of two halves for grown-ups.  Two parallel worlds tangled together yet separate - only The Green Road bridges the gap. This is a story of time shifts, bold rescues, accordion music and fairies. There have always been whispers of the other world and the dangers of crossing its borders, but are they more than stories? Is science catching up? Perilous and beautiful, mysterious and alluring, The Green Road beckons. 

We’re thrilled to present storytelling for grown-ups” said Anne-Marie Pope, from ALMoS, “Amy and Lucy are hugely experienced, telling tales both locally and internationally and this particular tale is a perfect for this time of year, when the nights are darker and it becomes the time for doorways to other worlds to open.”


Tickets are £9 in advance or £11 on the door.  This includes a light supper.  Tickets can be bought from the museum, Andrew Logan website (, or in person at R H Bunners, Montgomery. 


The Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture opened in Berriew in 1991 and was the first museum in Europe dedicated to a living artist.  The museum is open 12 – 4pm on Saturdays and Sundays throughout June, July, August and September and by arrangement.  Entry is £3.00 (concs £1.50).  Family tickets available.


For more information, contact Anne-Marie Pope on 07813 885 906 or the Museum direct on 01686 640 689,