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Arts Listing: Storytellers Café: 1st July 2014

Arts Listing: Storytellers Café: 1st July 2014

What: Wellington Storytellers Cafe
Guest Teller: Tales For A Winter's Night Hosted by
When: Tuesday 1st July 2014
(1st Tuesday every month)
Time: 7.30 pm
Venue: Toi Ponēke
Address: 61-69 Abel Smith St., Te Aro
Entry: $5

Imagine a power cut on a cold winter's evening. Or perhaps a tramping hut during a snow storm. A group of people all huddled around the fireplace for warmth. And then they start telling stories. This month’s Storyteller’s Café is set to thrill, chill and enthral you with a collection tales for a winter's night.

Featured tellers this month have been selected from our own talented Cafe members and we are pleased to be able to take this opportunity to showcase your stories.

There are a few time slots still available, so if you would like to add a haunting tale, love story, or thrilling adventure to help keep out the cold, please email Holly at with your name and a contact number and perhaps a brief description of your story.

For further information email

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