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Stories at the Storey True or False Night

This month Stories at the Storey True Story Open Mic Night is hosting our first ever True or False night.

The stories will be funny, sad, touching, moving and those that aren’t true will be false. The storytellers will not reveal whether their tale is true or false; it will be up to the audience to decide.

Why is Stories at the Storey True Story Open Mic Night hosting a True or False Night?

Some of our audience members would like to share their stories but may be less comfortable sharing true stories. We get it. Sharing your innermost thoughts, dreams and experiences with an intimate group of strangers can appear daunting.  So we’re removing the barrier of truth–for one night.

So join us for a night of true or false stories. Drop in to read or to listen. Either way, you’re welcome to join us. The event is free and like always, light refreshments will be served.

Whether it’s true or false, you’re nervous or excited, the piece is written or memorized, we’re looking forward to hearing your story.

Order your free tickets via Eventbrite.

To reserve your storytelling slot email us at storiesatthestorey@gmail.com

 

Call for Submissions: Stories at the Storey

CALL FOR TRUE STORIES: STORIES AT THE STOREY

The Future is Now

The theme for this month’s Stories at the Storey is “The Future.”

Stories about where you thought you would be in 2016, letters to the past, letters to the future or anything in between, we’d like to hear your 3-5 minute true story loosely interpreting the theme “The Future.”

Stories at the Storey is a true story open mic night held at The Storey in Lancaster. It’s a lively evening of stories, food and community. We are looking for true stories from writers, readers, storytellers,students: anyone who can tell a good story.

Date: June 30

Location: The Storey

Time: 7-8PM

Dress: Casual

Message us today to share your true story about tomorrow.

Have a true story but not able to make it on the day? Email your true story to storiesatthestorey@gmail.com and we could feature it on our blog, Facebook or Twitter