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Serurubele : Live To Tell : Slam Edition (Performance)
31 July 18, POP Art Centre

Joburg's only real true life storytelling show... Where we share everything from the strange and embarrassing to the absolutely absurd. Less like a campfire and more like a dinner party... with a lot of wine, where the truth really flows... For this month's edition, we are doing another slam event! Inspired by International Storytelling platform 'The Moth''s STORY SLAM format, we will be inviting you to our storytelling stage. It's open mic night for stories…Audiences are welcome to prepare a real, true story from their own experience (10min or less please), and may stand the chance of getting called up to tell it on the night… Otherwise, as an audience, you will have the chance to be exposed to a pot luck evening of brilliant true stories. THIS MONTH'S THEME IS : KISS & TELL Come to tell or come to listen, but whatever you do, bring all your friends, and your full range of emotions! The Storytellers Series aims to create a place for sharing New South African Stories, any stories. Each show is hosted by Lebogang Mogashoa (writer : The Queen & The River). ABOUT LEBO MOGASHOA: Lebo was born in 1985, in Johannesburg. He grew up in a small village, then a bigger one, followed by an all-boys Catholic boarding school and finally my big move into Cape Town where he completed a Film and Media undergrad degree. He then headed to Korea to teach English where he started his story telling series 'When we were nearly Young', which developed a cult following. He returned to Johannesburg in 2013, and has been presenting the same series in partnership with POPArt. He is currently writing for TV on hit shows 'The Queen' and 'The River'.

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