Natural Born Storytellers
Natural Born Storytellers began in Camden Town, London, travelled the UK with sell-out events and has now found it's way to New Zealand! We are very excited to be collaborating with the founders to develop our very own kiwi-Christchurch version. The idea behind Natural Born Storytellers is that everyone has a story to tell, so come and tell it.
Natural Born Storytellers is a fun, supportive and welcoming space for anyone – and that means absolutely anyone, no experience needed – to tell true stories. They may be funny, sad, touching or terrible. People want to hear from you! Each night is themed with prepared storytellers, combined with stories from the audience.
The first year of Natural Born Storytellers was a great success. People of many ages, backgrounds and life experiences have been generously sharing their stories to a growing community. The second year saw our audience grow and more people becoming brave enough to step into the light and speak. Thank you to all who contributed in various ways to co-create this unique storytelling space. And here we are again in 2018 for our third year – what stories will be let loose in the next spin around the sun? Get ready to laugh, gasp, sigh and be inspired!!
Contact us at
Or call Sharon, mob 022-121-3648 tel 03 9677-8888.
We always have room for new stories – and new tellers! Don't be shy - we can help coach you if it is your first time. It is a very friendly crowd and a warm and welcoming venue. So if you feel an inkling and you'd like to have a go, get in touch.
February 2018: Best date, worst date
6 April: Family myths and urban legends
For our third year of Natural Born Storytellers the fabulous XCHC Exchange Christchurch has kindly offered us our usual Friday spot. Our next evening is on 6 April – mark it in your diary!
If you have ideas for themes, or would like to take an active role in helping us to organise these community events, we'd like to hear from you!
XCHC Exchange Christchurch
376 Wilson's Road
Christchurch, New Zealand.
Next gathering: 6 April 2018
Time: Stories start at 7.30pm. There is a cafe/bar available selling delicious food, coffee and wine.
Theme: Family myths and urban legends