Tell Me A Story is a celebration of stories. Stories told passionately, truthfully and convincingly. Expect humour and pathos. Expect to be entertained and challenged.
These raconteurs drew a large crowd at the first Tell Me A Story as part of the Manifest Creative Arts Festival in 2015. Their return is likely to be more popular.
“Spoken word is probably the least employed form of storytelling in our current culture—in a formal sense,” says co-producer Joanna Darby. But it is an important one. “Stories don’t need explaining or have moral points drawn out. We experience them individually and find our own meaning from them.”
Ella Hughes Chapel
Avondale College of Higher Education (Lake Macquarie campus)
Doors open at 6.30 pm for light refreshments.PURCHASE TICKETS!