Friday, May 25, 2012

Jom! : The Big Fish - Real Stories Told Live



Hello Beautiful People! 

Yes, the time of the Gemini has proven to be (not that surprisingly) a month of activity. There's an event coming up next Tuesday that will be perfect to celebrate the art of communicating i.e. The Big Fish. Organised by Elaine Foster, this story telling event attracts a good number of people dropping by to reminisce, reconnect and just enjoy a story or two with a drink in hand. Sounds good?

Say no more, see you there! (Psst: I'll be performing too!)

The Details 

  • Venue: NeroFico Restaurant 
  • Date: Tuesday, May 29th, 2012 
  • Time: 8.30pm to 11.30pm onwards 
  • FB Event Page: Click HERE

The Aboriginals believe that there is a story for every living thing, every system, which they would learn and, in turn, tell a story about themselves, weaving their own tales into the ever after of the great big story of life and the universe.
People have always told stories. We tell stories to explain the world around us, to teach life's lessons, to explain ourselves to ourselves. In our world of internet and television, the ancient art of storytelling and the story circle, even story time has almost disappeared, albeit for children's stories and fairytales, that we readily dismiss as naive or childish, but their value still very much remains.
Who are we but our stories? We have much more to tell...
This month's theme - Tears and Gas
Catch this brand new story telling circle for big kids - The Big Fish at NeroFico - featuring stories by:
Mislina. Jasmine Low. Mooza. Abby Latif. Davina Goh and Az Samad. Sheena Baharudin and Winn Er Chan. Malik Taufiq.
More Storytellers to be announced!
Got your own story to tell? Check out the open mic. All stories are original but may not be the complete truth. 


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