‘The Silver Lining’
This Friday, 29 August 2014, 7.30PM
Chanel Arts Centre, Motukea

August is a very busy time for many, especially so for the Rudolf Steiner School’s Spring Fair team, who are no doubt working very hard to make the 21st of September a roaring success. In times of heavy workloads and lots of commitments, going out for a night of story telling and live music might just be the best thing you can do, and it is happening this Friday night, 29 August 2014!!!!I’m sure you will not regret attending, as we have a very exiting and promising line-up of new, but no less seasoned story tellers, and after reading the synopsis of their stories, I know it is going to be a very engaging and memorable experience.

Here is a list of our latest story tellers, joining the ever growing number of contributers to TSTL. You might recognize some, or even all of the names:

David Armstrong
Fran Deech
Kevin Durkan
Lokita Rigney
Matthew ter Borg
Steve Henry
Warwick Sandler

Tickets are only available by clicking the ‘Order Ticket’ tab above or at the door. There is limited seating, so if you haven’t ordered your tickets, I recommend to be there early. Doors open at 7pm, at which time delicious food and beverages will be available and live music will start soon after. Story telling commences at 7.30pm.

I’m really looking forward to it and hope to see you there.


This Time Again

It is this time again, time to get organized for the next evening of live story telling in public.

Just over two weeks to the 29th of August, when we will gather around 7.15 p.pm at the Chanel Arts Centre in Motueka for a 7.30 p.m. start.

The theme ‘The Silver Lining’ is promising to create another enjoyable night with memorable stories, told by first time as well as more seasoned story tellers.

This will be the last regular TSTL for 2014, aside from “Stories in the Park” on 19th December. But that event will be quite different from the way TSTL is been presented currently. More will be revealed during the next event on the 29th this month.

As always around two or three weeks out from the night, there are still a few spaces for story tellers available, so if you have a story or know of someone who does, please get in touch as soon as possible.

Looking forward to seeing you in a couple of weeks.