Love themed ‘Tenx9’ story telling event coming to Limavady
Mon, February 03, 2020
A unique story telling event is coming to Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre on Friday 21st February where a group of nine people have up to ten minutes to tell a true story from their own life.
‘Tenx9’ originated in Belfast in 2011, and was created by Pádraig Ó Tuama and Paul Doran. The concept now takes place in over 17 countries around the world, allowing everyday people or seasoned writers to read or tell their own story.
The upcoming event in Limavady takes place between Valentine’s Day and Leap Day when women can traditionally propose to their partners and will feature love themed stories, which can be interpreted in any way, shape or form.
Even if you don’t have a story to tell, come along for an excellent night of entertainment, laughs, embarrassing tales and potentially a few heartbreak stories!
If you have a true story to share on the theme of ‘Love’ and would like to take part go to tenx9.com/submissions or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact the Arts Centre by 028 7776 0650.