As an antidote to trans-national 'woke-ism and speech censorship', Paraig MacNeil represents time-served and honoured ancient traditions and ethics, Recognising, from it's very foundation, that the Kingdom of the Scots was rooted in Judeo-Christian ethics via her spiritual, lingustic and political ethics from the time of its founding father, Saint Columba (Colm Cille), Paraig serves as an ambassador and oral custodian of his ancient nation's cultural treaure-chest, he expresses his native narrrative and verse in traditional vocabulary and concepts as per tradition always from memeory, in alignment with the bards of old, expressingiddigenous art.
In continuance of the tradition, Paraig has composed and published almost 12,000 lines of verse, published six books of trditional and original poetry/song and tale as well as original material, in the traditiona idiom. Paraig has won national awards for both poetry and song. Paraig's style of live performance resembles that of the bards of old.
Paraig's work of traditional storytelling with verse, song in all of Scotland's tongues and more, traditional and original, takes him primarily to non public access events such as schools, mostly to do with ethnology, cultural education, i.e. expressive arts, language, history and other associated heritage and literary circles. The public access events that Paraig perform in are usually in arts or heritage festivals in theatre, on ships, in marquees, heritage sites, hospitality events in hotels, and even on the streets. Paraig is a Spinner o' Yarns and a Weaver o' Words: