It flows through the veins, captures the mind, and
captures the imagination; from the boardroom to the bedroom and everywhere (it
seems) in between, power consumes, divides, devours, and captivates. Stories at
the Storey invites you to share your true stories loosely interpreting the
theme “power” in whatever way you define it.
We’re looking for stories that explore, interpret, test,
define, and use the theme “power” whatever that means to you. The theme is open
to your interpretation.
true story to share? Email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
to sign up for your 3-5-minute (2-4 pages A4) open-mic slot. Remember, you don’t
have to be a writer to share your story. We are looking for anyone with a true
story to share.
you’re ready to read your true story? That’s fine too. Come by and listen. If
you would like to share a story but want us to offer some feedback, get in
touch. We can help you get your story ready.
Thursday, May 30, 7-8 PM
Sponsored by Graduate College, Stories at the Storey is a pay what you decide event. Readers are not asked to or expected to pay. Order free tickets via Eventbrite.
Join us for If These Walls Could Talk, an event celebrating community, stories, the past, present, and future, at ‘Weekend of Words’ – Sunday Talks, Tales & Tours at Victoria Baths.
We are looking for 5-7 storytellers, writers, readers, neighbors, friends, visitors, and anyone with a true story to share about Victoria Baths, Manchester, community, and/or story. You do not need to be a writer to participate.
What kind of stories? Stories about living nearby, visiting, working there, walking by, passing through, building, dropping off packages, collecting post, organizing trips, what ever stories you want to share, we want to hear them.
What next? If you’d like to share your true story in person, record it to share on the day, or have one of us read and/or record it for you, please message us at email@example.com
The event is Sunday, June 9 at 2 PM at Victoria Baths, Manchester
We’ve been busy working on projects and processes as we continue to develop and grow as an organization.
To better communicate what we do and who we do it for, we are streamlining the website, migrating to a new site, and refreshing our content to give you more stories and writing insights.
In the meantime, email us or contact us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
Thank you for all of your support!