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LIVE STORYTELLING: STORIES OF PLACE, Byron Bay Writer’s Festival 

LIVE STORYTELLING: STORIES OF PLACE, Byron Bay Writer’s Festival 

In August, 'Stories in the Club' celebrates our first birthday. Excitingly, on Saturday, August 4, we are a Feature Event of The Byron Bay Writer's Festival as 'Live Storytelling: Stories of Place'. (NB: NOT the second Sunday and NOT at the Club!) Please join us!!...

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JUNE ‘Stories in the Club’ Earth Love 

JUNE ‘Stories in the Club’ Earth Love 

Northern Rivers story lovers are invited to gather on Sunday, June 10 for ‘Stories in the Club: Drawn from Life’ on a theme of ‘Earth Love’, as it falls a week after World Environment Day. Ten minute oral stories will be shared by Athol Compton, Dr Eshana Bragg,...

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May Stories in the Club Adult Fairytales

May Stories in the Club Adult Fairytales

On Mother's Day, Sunday, May 13 our 'Stories in the Club' theme was 'Adult Fairytales'. There were slightly less people than usual, but still we had 80 storylovers. Tellers were Teeya Blatt, Ollie Heathwood, John Imbrogno, Sarah Temporal and Jenni Cargill-Strong....

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April Stories in the Club explores Sexuality

April Stories in the Club explores Sexuality

  April’s 'Stories in the Club' theme is Sexuality. Tales will be told by Mandy Nolan, Ron van Twuiver, Aditya Bellah Moon, Jude White, Spiral Orbit and Jenni Cargill-Strong. Mandy Nolan, best known in her role as comedian, comedy teacher and generous community...

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First ‘Stories in the Club: Drawn from Life’ for 2018 and a record crowd

First ‘Stories in the Club: Drawn from Life’ for 2018 and a record crowd

We attracted a capacity crowd last night with all 140 chairs taken! Forty people had to sit on the tables, the only thing left to sit on. There were 180-200 people all together. Athol Compton, traditional Minyunbul custodian of the First Light people (Bunjalung), gave...

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September Stories in the Club

September Stories in the Club

Last month Frank Mills in conversation with Malcolm Price, charmed 100 storylovers at the Mullumbimby Ex-Services Club with  portraits of the changing roles of women in Byron from the 30’s to the 60’s. “When I looked at photo’s of past history,” began Frank, “ I could...

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