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Wellington Storytellers Cafe - 3rd September 2013

Storytellers Cafe - 3rd September 2013

What: Wellington Storytellers Cafe
Guest Teller: The Three Sisters: Nanditha Ram; Laura Hurtado; Kym Murden
When: Tuesday 3rd September 2013
(1st Tuesday every month)
Time: 7.30 pm
Venue: Toi Ponēke
Address: 61-69 Abel Smith St., Te Aro
Entry: $5

The Three Sisters have travelled from three different lands to meet each other and share tales in Aotearoa. They bring stories to make you laugh and ponder, tales about first love to the love of longing, and what happens between old married couples and sisters can behave and much more.

Nanditha Ram has long immersed herself in telling, writing and listening to tales.

Laura Hurtado and Kym Murden have lived on a bedrock of stories and have recently graduated together from the 'The Storyteller in the Community' course.

The three women look forward to weaving a fine cloth of stories to delight you at the Storytellers' Café.

Wellington storyteller Moira Wairama will be the host of the evening.

For more information:
Email: wellingtonstorytellerscafe@gmail.com | artscentre@wcc.govt.nz
Facebook: Facebook.com/toiponeke.artscentre

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