Stories help us connect. We can learn how much we have in common, through stories that are unique. In this event, storytellers will tell a true story in 5 minutes or less in front of a warm and friendly audience.
This is an open mic storytelling event, open to anyone and everyone with a story, monologue, or poem to tell on the theme of COMMUNICATION. The stories may be funny or sad, awe-inspiring or everyday, old or new; but all will be real. This event will be hosted by Jessica Regan (Big Speeches, The Guilty Feminist podcasts).
Submissions for being a storyteller are now full, but please do come along to hear stories!
In this lecture, Dr Gillian Buck will introduce her new book Peer Mentoring in Criminal Justice and consider how people with lived experience of public services could make unique contributions across a range of fields.
1 hr 58 | When seriously ill teenager Milla falls for free-spirit Moses, it’s her parents worst nightmare. But as Milla’s first brush with love brings her a new lust for life, she shows everyone how to live like you’ve nothing to lose.