Sometimes we hold onto things too tightly and for too long, sometimes we let things go too soon or too easily. Maybe we let go of a rope and it led to disastrous consequences or an object, person or place just fell from our grip. We could have dropped a catch, fired someone from a job or been fired ourselves. The theme is open to interpretation and there will be a great selection of stories all linked to the theme of 'letting go'. So put your shoes on, let go of that remote and head to Natural Born Storytellers to connect with our true stories.
Our shows are friendly. open, intimate and honest and the stories moving, life-affirming, shocking, captivating or just plain hilarious. It's different to a comedy show where the expectation is laughter... here laughter comes, but it's a part of a whole breadth of other emotions and reactions to the stories and it makes for a rich, fulfilling evening's entertainment.
Our storytellers this month are:
hosted by Michael Kossew
... with one or two spots available for audience members...
Come on down and experience one of the friendliest and most memorable nights London has to offer. We'd love you to get involved, whether it's telling a story, suggesting a new theme or just coming down to watch the night, there is something for everyone at Natural Born Storytellers...
If you would like to tell a story this month and have a tale that fits the theme of 'Letting Go', please send an email to email@example.com with an outline of the story you'd like to tell.
Venue: Camden Comedy Club (upstairs at The Camden Head) 100 Camden High Street, Camden, NW1 0LU
Date: Wednesday 16th March
Doors: 7:45pm | Show: 8:15pm
We find our storytellers organically and through word of mouth so literally anyone with any level of experience can take to the stage... If you'd like to tell a story at one of our future nights here are our upcoming themes:
20th April 'Getting Away with it'
18th May 'Pivotal Moments'
31st May 'My First Day'
15th June 'Trapped'
28th June 'Out of my Depth'
20th July 'X-Rated'
26th July 'Festivals'