Ulrika-Igraine regularly attends and participates by sharing thier voice and music at local folk clubs, such as the Topsham Folk Club and Exeter Folk Club. Keep up-to-date by joining their Newsletter.


Swedish Choir - Bristol

Saturday, 14 April

By popular request, I have started a monthly Swedish Choir group in Bristol!

All abilities and voices are warmly welcome. There are no requirements for reading music; all you need is a love of singing in Swedish! We sing songs from the amazing treasure-trove of Swedish folk and traditional songs, as well as a few borrowed gems from our Scandinavian neighbours, and maybe from even further afield.

All songs and instruction will be in Swedish. (Participants need to be at least 16 years old.) Get in touch to find out more!

Witches - SOLD OUT

EVENT Thursday, 29 March @ 7:30 pm, at St Thomas Library

A magical night of adult storytelling and haunting tunes from traditional Swedish folk and beyond. Witches have found their way into many cultures and this night will have you experience a few choice tales and tunes found in old books and passed through oral tradition.

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EP Launch: Singing Stories, Weaving Tales

EVENT Saturday, 17 June @ 7:30 pm, at Exeter Friends Meeting House

Ulrika-Igraine has been singing and performing locally for a number of years and is now excited to announce the release their first EP. The launch night features a full-length performance with singing, storytelling and a variety of instruments.
Prepare to dive into the fantastical world of story and song with Ulrika. Their music has been likened to Scandinavian apocalyptic folk; haunting and hypnotic with a beautiful depth and timbre. Ulrika's background in drama is evident as you find yourself captured by their emotive, animated and theatrical performance.
Accompanying them will be the atmospheric Grey Chorus with haunting harmonies, not forgetting the gripping local storyteller Dave Oliver who always has something up his sleeve!
Doors open 7pm
CDs will be available on the night for £6
Refreshments will also be available :)
Exclusive offer available! Subscribe to my mailing list now now to get an exclusive price!

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Springtime is Blooming

Sunday, 9 April

There are a number of plans coming up through late spring early and into summer.

Just a few of these are taking part in Exeter Respect festival, and another themed performance @ St Thomas Library!

I also have other projects and collaberations in the pipeline. If you want to be first in line to find out, sign up to my mailing list!


"Light the Winter's Dark"

EVENT Sunday, 11 December @ 7:00 pm, at St Thomas Parish Church, EX4 1AP

Folk & Traditional songs by Ulrika-Igraine & The Grey Chorus ...and friends! With fantastical tales brought to you by the outstanding Widsith & Deor Storytelling Theatre! Expect to be immersed in tales of people, places and mystery, through life, death and love. Doors open at 6:30pm, for a 7pm performance.

Ticket sales from this performance will be raising money for the My St Thomas Appeal, and Wren Music. The My St Thomas Appeal goes towards the restoration of St Thomas Parish Church, an ancient and historically important Grade 1 listed building standing west of the River Exe. Wren Music is a local charity that enable thousands of people every year to participate with music using voice or instruments, through traditional and folk music.

Tickets £7 (£5 conc.) available now!

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Singing Winter Stories

EVENT Saturday, 3 December @ 7:20 pm, at St Thomas Library

Singing stories of Midwinter, Solstice and Christmas. There will also be Ulrika's ceramic art on display and for sale. Warming spiced drink & Swedish treats available. Atmospheric projections and storytelling. Doors open 7pm.

£6 on the door (£5 in advance) family £17 (x2 adults x2 children)

St Thomas Library - 35 Church Rd - EX2 9AZ
01392 252783 - stthomas.library@librariesunlimited.org.uk

Dark Tales

EVENT Saturday, 8 October @ 7:30 pm, at St Thomas Library

This time Ulrika will be tapping into the darker side of Anglo-Scandinavian myths and ghost stories, folk singing and storytelling. Supported by The Grey Chorus singers and Dave Oliver of Rattlebox Theatre this promises to be a very atmospheric and special night. If you like storytelling, music, spooky tales or feel like watching some live performance that is a bit different to the norm, try this night.

Ulrika's show sold out last time and was praised by the audience as being "Fantastic" & "The best event at St Thomas Library" along with many other positive comments.

£5 - Saturday October 8th - doors open 7pm, all proceeds go to St Thomas Library

Book tickets at St Thomas Library -35 Church Rd - Exeter - EX2 9AZ
01392 252783 - stthomas.library@devon.gov.uk

Exeter Respect 2016

EVENT Saturday, 11 June @ 3:30 pm, at The Widsith & Deor Stage

Ulrika-Igraine will be performing this June, with an eclectic mix of stories and music; from their native Scandinavia, to their adoptive county of Devon.


Saturday, 28 May

After an awesome day out with the talented photographer Gemma Varney, all the images are back, with fabulous results!

St Thomas Library

Friday, 27 May

Thank you to all those who supported the last Singing Stories performance at St Thomas Library. It was a full house with plenty of atmosphere including a special 4 part rendition of Prince Snakeskin by the amazing Widsith & Deor. The night was enjoyed by all, and raised over £100 for the library!

Art Week Exeter / Open Studios Performance

EVENT Saturday, 14 May @ 7:00 pm, at St Thomas Library

From 13th to 15th May, Ulrika-Igraine is opening up their studio for Exeter Open Studios. As a special event during this weekend, bringing ceramics, stories and song together, there will be a special and more intimate "Singing Stories" performance at St Thomas Library.

Expect atmosphere, stories, myths and tradition with support from Story Tellers Widsith & Deor!

Tickets, £5 each are available from St Thomas Library, Cecil Rd/Church Rd EX2 9AZ, book early to avoid disappointment! Contact stthomas.library@devon.gov.uk or 01392 252783.

Refreshments will be available on the night, provided by the Friends of St Thomas Library.

Widsith & Deor Storytelling Theatre in Lovestruck!

EVENT Sunday, 14 February @ 7:30 pm, at Exter Phoenix Voodoo Lounge

What would Valentine's Day be without storytelling!

This Sunday Widsith & Deor Storytelling Theatre is bringing you "Lovestruck", at the Exter Phoenix Voodoo Lounge, 7.30pm! And Ulrika-Igraine will be providing the music!

For your pleasure and delight, there will be "folk and fairytales of love, longing and downright idiocy." And if you still think it's not for you: "Couples, cynics, singles and those who’ve been together long enough to laugh at themselves all catered for, your evening is sure to end happily ever after!"

Get your tickets now at Exeter Phoenix!

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Singing Stories, Weaving Tales Winter Performance 2015

EVENT Thursday, 10 December @ 7:30 pm

St Thomas Church
Cowick street, Exeter

On 10th December "Singing stories" will be bringing you their their latest performance. Expect music and storytelling, hot drinks and candles. Lots of candles. As always we hope to bring you light and darkness, but never let you leave with a sad song!

Tickets available now from Exeter Phoenix!

Ticket sales for this performance will be raising money towards the restoration of St Thomas Parish Church, an ancient and historically important Grade 1 listed building standing west of the River Exe.

Supporting Rosa Rebecka at the Bikeshed Theatre

EVENT Sunday, 15 November @ 7:00 pm

Ulrika-Igraine is supporting fellow half-Swede and all round magical performer Rosa Rebecka, along with talented beauty Ezmay Grace. This gig is looking to be both intimate and a celebration of the big things; life, love and home!

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"Singing Stories, Weaving Tales" rehearsals

Tuesday, 13 January

"Singing stories, weaving tales" start their rehearsals for 2015.

Due to conflicting commitments there are currently openings for singers who are interested in joining the project.
Ulrika-Igraine is at present looking for 3 male and 3 female singers. Rehearsals are held weekly, on Tuesdays, in central Exeter. All ages welcome, even if you're new to folk music, though singers would preferably have choir experience, or experience of singing as part of a group. Singers need to be able to pick up the material reasonably fast and be willing to rehearse some in their own time, working on learning their respective harmonies from recordings that are made available online. All music is taught by ear, with lyric sheets provided. If interested contact Ulrika-Igraine - info@ulrikaigraine.co.uk


St Lucia Celebration

EVENT Saturday, 13 December @ 6:30 pm

St Andrew's Church
Alphington Road

(as part of the Exe Swedes Swedish Choir/Lucia singers)
Celebrating it's 10th running year in Exeter, the annual Swedish St Lucia Procession takes place on one of the longest nights of the year. For this performance Ulrika-Igraine will be the Lucia, the personification of the Catholic saint, St Lucy, a Christian martyr who died during the Diocletianic Persecution.The Lucia, the angelic chorus, and the star boys (representing the wise men of the orient) will fill the darkness with sound and light, a promise of good things to come and of course, bring traditional saffron buns and ginger biscuits to share with the audience afterwards. This wonderful Swedish event was brought to Exeter by Swedish singer/songwriter Rosa Rebecka who has organised it every year since 2005.

St Lucia taster at the Bikeshed Theatre

EVENT Saturday, 6 December @ 8:30 pm

(as part of the Exe Swedes Swedish Choir/Lucia singers)
A shorter taster version of what is to come on the 13th of December, Sweden's St Lucia Day. For this performance Ulrika-Igraine will be the Lucia, the personification of the Catholic saint, St Lucy,  a Christian martyr who died during the Diocletianic Persecution. This event is organised by singer/songwriter Rosa Rebecka.

Butterscotch Sunday and Scandiland present Antichrist

EVENT Sunday, 16 November @ 7:30 pm

"Butterscotch Sunday and Scandiland invite you to sink with us into the deepest recesses of Lars von Trier’s psyche, with a pop-up screening of Antichrist, his bloody, anguished scream of a film that comes loaded with brutal acts of mutilation, unsimulated sex and only the darkest of emotions. To hear this scream and let it resonate through you, come to the Sylvania Hut, in Mincinglake Park, at 7.30 p.m. on Sunday 16th November. Join us for a short trail through the woods, led by song-writer and conceptual artist Ulrika-Igraine, who will be performing a series of songs that explore nature, femininity and religion which has emerged from their Swedish-Peruvian heritage and love of folk music."

Guy Millon

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