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27 September 2018
6:30 pm
9:00 pm

swirling colourful handwritten 'Herd' logo

All aboard! Join us for a special Stronger Stories edition of Herd.

Herd is an underground storytelling club appearing in unusual places around Brighton and beyond… Herd have commandeered The Barge to celebrate the launch of Stronger Stories – a new movement to help good ideas get heard.

We invite you to share a story on the lower deck – the only rules: it has to be true. It has to be 5 minutes (ish).

From the seemingly mundane to the mysterious or profane, Herd is about daring to share the stories that make us human. But don’t worry, you don’t have to tell a story if you don’t want to, being a receptive and welcoming audience is just as important.

Stronger Stories’ goal as a movement is to find new ways for storytelling power to be shared more fairly and we want to hear your thoughts on what we’ve got planned.

There will be loads of talented storytellers, change makers and activists to meet whilst sharing plans, stories and a drink!

Herd is Facilitated by Rachel Blackman, Artistic Director of Stillpoint.
So we can get an idea of numbers we would be grateful if you could reserve a place here.  


27 September 2018
6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
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ONCA Barge at Brighton Marina
The Waterfront
Brighton, BN2 5UU United Kingdom
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