• Tell Any Story You Like - Workshop

    Starbucks

    Your host is Rachel! This workshop is open to anyone at any level. First timer or old hand. We ask every workshop participant to give storytelling a try but don't worry too much about theme or length or structure; it's not required in a rough draft. The workshop will help you bring those elements to your story. There are some requirements: 1) your story must be true, 2) it has to be in the 'first person' (you are the main character) and, 3) for the purposes of this workshop, limited to 7 minutes. Shorter stories welcome. The purpose of every workshop, including this one, is to move storytellers one step closer to a live performance. The purpose of Hong Kong Stories is to help you get heard. Everyone has a story to tell. Hope to see you there.

  • Tai Po Tell Any Story You Like Workshop

    Starbucks (in zone B)

    Too difficult to get to Central for one of our workshops? Well if you are in the Tai Po area, we are coming to you! Join our host Jenn for a series of special workshops in Tai Po Mega Mall. This workshop is open to anyone at any level. First timer or old hand. At the meet up, everyone will share a story and everyone will give comments to others about how to improve his/her story. Don't worry if you only have a rough outline or you're not sure what story you want to tell. We will help you think of an idea. There are some requirements: 1) your story must be true, 2) it has to be in the 'first person' (you are the main character) and, 3) for the purposes of this workshop, limited to 7 minutes. Shorter stories welcome. The purpose of every workshop, including this one, is to move storytellers one step closer to a live performance. The purpose of Hong Kong Stories is to help you get heard. Everyone has a story to tell. Hope to see you there.

  • Tell Any Story You Like - Workshop

    Pacific Coffee

    Your host is Mel! This workshop is open to anyone at any level. First timer or old hand. We ask every workshop participant to give storytelling a try but don't worry too much about theme or length or structure; it's not required in a rough draft. The workshop will help you bring those elements to your story. There are some requirements: 1) your story must be true, 2) it has to be in the 'first person' (you are the main character) and, 3) for the purposes of this workshop, limited to 7 minutes. Shorter stories welcome. The purpose of every workshop, including this one, is to move storytellers one step closer to a live performance. The purpose of Hong Kong Stories is to help you get heard. Everyone has a story to tell. Hope to see you there.