We received this lovely review for The Emigrant Woman's Tale from Colum Sands of BBC radio Ulster's Folk Club programme 

In The Emigrant Woman's Tale, Fil Campbell and Csilla Tsoldy draw on memories of Belleek and Budapest to weave a striking tapestry of song, poetry and spoken word.  They take their audience on a journey that crosses borders on maps and in minds in search of that elusive place that we call home. An inspirational performance that is sometimes humorous, often moving and always thought provoking....highly recommended.

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