‘Daughter of the Sea’ (winner of the Writers’ Guild Award 1996), and written by Sally’s mother Berlie Doherty, is a magical tale of a child plucked from the sea and the mysterious stranger who reclaims her; a spellbinding mixture of ancient stories from Scotland, Ireland and Iceland.
A CD is available consisting of a studio recording of this performance which is available here.
“Daughter of the Sea: a live performance’ can be booked by arts centres, libraries, schools, festivals etc.
Reviews of Daughter of the Sea
“Song, music and story weaving its spell, a truly enchanted experience”—Edinburgh Festival, UK.
“This beautiful tale evokes overwhelming joy and sadness”—Sunday Telegraph, UK.
“A superb performance which totally captivates the imagination. Sally‘s musical arrangements complement Berlie‘s narrative perfectly. A show equally enjoyed by children and adults.”—Chester Arts, UK.
“Phenomenally, phenomenally gorgeous.”—NATE conference, UK.