So, I’m sitting in the Mezrab at the final Wednesday night storytelling event here before we take a summer break. I’m not hosting it myself, our good friend Marijn Vissers has that pleasure, so I’ve got a bit of time to update you about all the different story related things newsbits that have piled up. Let’s dig in:
On Thursday and Friday (June 29 and 30) the eight students of the professional storytelling course are graduating. It’s been an intense process with blood sweat and tears and we’re proud to show the result. Come and see (Friday’s tickets almost gone, but reserve your space for the four students on Thursday at Podium Mozaiek.
We’ve finished the children’s storytelling Sundays for this season in the Mezrab, but you have one more chance for family stories in the Westergas terrein. Shows from 12.30 till 17.45. Here’s a link to the Facebook event. Invite your friends!
In the summer we will not have our Wednesdays, but every single Friday there will be a storytelling event. All of them in English. So come when you feel like. We start every time at 20.30
Finally, even the Economist is picking up on the True Story Revolution world wide. Here’s a touching article on storytelling in Beiruth.
Hope some of these are to your interest!