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  1. vic storyteller's guild

    Up the Kilt : Calum Lykan is here

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    Captivating young and old with stories of dragons, magic, murder and whisky Calum calls himself a " Weaver of Dreams and a Teller of Tales". Injecting his stories with Scottish charm and wit, Up the Kilt puts the RAD in tRADition !!
  2. Leslie Campbell

     horizontal lines

    horizontal lines A workshop of a brand new piece created and performed by Carolyn Moon, horizontal lines is a story about siblings, relationships that are formative but uncelebrated. Based on Moon’s relationship with her older brother, a recovering alcoholic and drug addict, and the nature of forgiveness. Audience advisories: drug addiction, eating disorders, prison Dramaturgical support from Kathleen Greenfield. horizontal lines is part of Intrepid Theatre’s YOU Show. Intrepid Theatre Club, 2-1609 Blanshard Ave, https://intrepidtheatre.com
  3. vic storyteller's guild

    Come Into My Parlour

    With a ghost in every story these mavens of mystery marry thrill with chill. Long ago In parlours throughout the British Isles, of an evening, annually, between Boxing Day and New Years the tradition of telling ghost stories began. The Mavens of Mystery are so very pleased to share this tradition, Come Into My Parlour , with you.
  4. vic storyteller's guild

    Stories at Fern

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    Adventures unfold as tales are told, In Nonsense Verse or much much worse. Whatsoever you'd prefer to hear, Faerie blessings or a curse, We may deliver to your ear, If you are here to hear. Stories told by members of Victoria Storyteller's Guild and friends Refreshments served. $5 / $3 Please visit www.victoriastorytellers.org
  5. vic storyteller's guild

    The Geography Teacher's Orders

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    Victoria Storyteller's Guild presents: A true tale crafted from events in the personal life and chaotic times of an Argentinian Canadian. Marta Bruno Singh is known for her passionate telling. She visits us from Ottawa. Tix $15 at the door More info: 250-370-2964
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