Mar
18
7:30 PM19:30

Hold On

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Norwich Arts Centre – Main Auditorium // Pay What You Can

True Stories Live is a lively, moving and unpredictable event where people tell true stories about their lives in front of a warm, supportive audience. We recommend you buy tickets in advance as the event usually sells out on the night. Regular events are priced on a ‘pay what you can afford’ basis, because we don’t want money to be a barrier to people enjoying this event. In these uncertain times we believe more than ever in the power of community and empathy to galvanise and inspire.

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Apr
28
11:30 AM11:30

Workshop at WoW at OPEN

Open, 20 Bank Plain, Norwich // Cost £6, concessions £4

We are still working on this event. Check back soon for more information, accurate times and to book you place.

We all have stories to tell but sometimes we just need a helping hand to make them flow. Come to our next True Stories Live workshop and we can offer that help as well as tea and cake.

If you would like to attend the workshop but are unable to because of the cost, please contact truestorieslive@gmail.com.

WOW – Women of the World festival is coming to the city in April 2018 and is being organised in conjunction with performance and music venue Norwich Arts Centre and London’s Southbank Centre.
 
The WOW – Women of the World festival, founded in 2010 by Southbank Centre’s Artistic Director, Jude Kelly CBE, is now the largest women’s movement in the world, reaching over 1.5 million people in 20 cities across five continents.
 
Each WOW festival, made up of talks, debates, music, activism, comedy, workshops, mentoring, pop ups and major concerts, celebrates women and girls, takes a frank look at what prevents them from achieving their potential and raises awareness globally of the issues they face as well as creating possible solutions.

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Apr
29
7:30 PM19:30

Now's the Time – Special WoW event

We are still working on this event. Check back soon for more information and tickets. 

Norwich Arts Centre – Main Auditorium // Pay What You Can

WOW – Women of the World festival is coming to the city in April 2018 and is being organised in conjunction with performance and music venue Norwich Arts Centre and London’s Southbank Centre.
 
The WOW – Women of the World festival, founded in 2010 by Southbank Centre’s Artistic Director, Jude Kelly CBE, is now the largest women’s movement in the world, reaching over 1.5 million people in 20 cities across five continents.
 
Each WOW festival, made up of talks, debates, music, activism, comedy, workshops, mentoring, pop ups and major concerts, celebrates women and girls, takes a frank look at what prevents them from achieving their potential and raises awareness globally of the issues they face as well as creating possible solutions.

True Stories Live is a lively, moving and unpredictable event where people tell true stories about their lives in front of a warm, supportive audience. We recommend you buy tickets in advance as the event usually sells out on the night. Regular events are priced on a ‘pay what you can afford’ basis, because we don’t want money to be a barrier to people enjoying this event. In these uncertain times we believe more than ever in the power of community and empathy to galvanise and inspire.

 

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May
8
5:00 PM17:00

Workshop

Anteros // Cost TBC

We are still working on this event. Check back soon for more information, accurate times and to book you place.

We all have stories to tell but sometimes we just need a helping hand to make them flow. Come to our next True Stories Live workshop and we can offer that help as well as tea and cake.

If you would like to attend the workshop but are unable to because of the cost, please contact truestorieslive@gmail.com.

 

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May
27
7:30 PM19:30

Is Blood Thicker Than Water?

Norwich Arts Centre – Main Auditorium // Pay What You Can

True Stories Live is a lively, moving and unpredictable event where people tell true stories about their lives in front of a warm, supportive audience. We recommend you buy tickets in advance as the event usually sells out on the night. Regular events are priced on a ‘pay what you can afford’ basis, because we don’t want money to be a barrier to people enjoying this event. In these uncertain times we believe more than ever in the power of community and empathy to galvanise and inspire.

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Jul
29
7:30 PM19:30

Too Much Information

Norwich Arts Centre – Main Auditorium // Pay What You Can

Norwich Pride Event

True Stories Live is a lively, moving and unpredictable event where people tell true stories about their lives in front of a warm, supportive audience. We recommend you buy tickets in advance as the event usually sells out on the night. Regular events are priced on a ‘pay what you can afford’ basis, because we don’t want money to be a barrier to people enjoying this event. In these uncertain times we believe more than ever in the power of community and empathy to galvanise and inspire.

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Sep
12
5:00 PM17:00

Workshop

Anteros // Cost TBC

We are still working on this event. Check back soon for more information, accurate times and to book you place.

We all have stories to tell but sometimes we just need a helping hand to make them flow. Come to our next True Stories Live workshop and we can offer that help as well as tea and cake.

If you would like to attend the workshop but are unable to because of the cost, please contact truestorieslive@gmail.com.

 

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Sep
23
7:30 PM19:30

Miles to Go

Norwich Arts Centre – Main Auditorium // Pay What You Can

True Stories Live is a lively, moving and unpredictable event where people tell true stories about their lives in front of a warm, supportive audience. We recommend you buy tickets in advance as the event usually sells out on the night. Regular events are priced on a ‘pay what you can afford’ basis, because we don’t want money to be a barrier to people enjoying this event. In these uncertain times we believe more than ever in the power of community and empathy to galvanise and inspire.

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Nov
4
7:30 PM19:30

Checks and Balances

Norwich Arts Centre – Main Auditorium // Pay What You Can

True Stories Live is a lively, moving and unpredictable event where people tell true stories about their lives in front of a warm, supportive audience. We recommend you buy tickets in advance as the event usually sells out on the night. Regular events are priced on a ‘pay what you can afford’ basis, because we don’t want money to be a barrier to people enjoying this event. In these uncertain times we believe more than ever in the power of community and empathy to galvanise and inspire.

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Dec
9
7:30 PM19:30

Heroes

Norwich Arts Centre – Main Auditorium // Pay What You Can

True Stories Live is a lively, moving and unpredictable event where people tell true stories about their lives in front of a warm, supportive audience. We recommend you buy tickets in advance as the event usually sells out on the night. Regular events are priced on a ‘pay what you can afford’ basis, because we don’t want money to be a barrier to people enjoying this event. In these uncertain times we believe more than ever in the power of community and empathy to galvanise and inspire.

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Feb
11
7:30 PM19:30

Beginnings

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Norwich Arts Centre – Main Auditorium // Pay What You Can

True Stories Live is a lively, moving and unpredictable event where people tell true stories about their lives in front of a warm, supportive audience. There is no audition process or strict set of criteria – you just have to have a story to tell, based loosely on the set theme. Our speakers come from a wide range of different backgrounds. If you perform regularly in another context, you’re welcome. If you haven’t been on a stage since that incident in primary school, you are also very welcome. And if sharing your story isn’t for you, come down and join our fast-growing audience. We recommend you buy tickets in advance as the event usually sells out on the night. Regular events are priced on a ‘pay what you can afford’ basis, because we don’t want money to be a barrier to people enjoying this event. In these uncertain times we believe more than ever in the power of community and empathy to galvanise and inspire.

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Nov
15
8:00 PM20:00

True Stories Live at Chester Literary Festival

We are looking for speakers to tell stories at this event. Email truestorieslive@gmail.com to apply to speak.

Stories should be a maximum of 8-10 minutes, on the theme of Lost and Found. They should be true, about you, and told with no notes. We are running a free workshop on the 14th to people find and shape their story. If the event is oversubscribed, we will select speakers by pulling names out of a hat. 

You do not have to be a seasoned performer to speak at this event. 

Tickets and details: https://www.storyhouse.com/event/molly-naylor

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Nov
14
6:00 PM18:00

Free workshop - Chester

We are looking for speakers to tell stories at our event on the 15th November. Sign up to this free workshop at Storyhouse to discover/shape your story.

Stories should be a maximum of 8-10 minutes, on the theme of Lost and Found. They should be true, about you, and told with no notes. 

https://www.storyhouse.com/event/molly-naylor

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May
14
to May 15

THEME: NO REGRETS - Special Anniversary Edition

Norwich Arts Centre - Auditorium. // 7.30pm start. Tickets: £10 (concessions available).

This event is an anniversary special, featuring a selection of returning speakers from over the year, plus special guests Sara Pascoe and Gavin Osborn.

PLUS - Vegan Chilli available and DJ in bar after the show, so please do stay for drinks and chats!

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