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Wellington Storytellers Cafe - Tuesday 5th February 2013

What Wellington Storytellers Cafe
Guest Teller Mona Williams
When Tuesday 5th February 2013
(1st Tuesday every month)
Time 7.30 pm
Venue Toi Ponēke
Address 61-69 Abel Smith St., Te Aro
Entry $5

The Wellington Storytellers Cafe starts their 2013 programme on Tuesday 5 February with a very special guest. After a decade living overseas one of New Zealand’s most respected and popular tellers, internationally renowned Guyanan storyteller, writer and educator Mona Williams has returned to New Zealand to once again enthral audiences of all ages with her action-packed stories and dramatic presentations.

Audience members are also welcome to share a short story during the open floor section.

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