Daring Stories: (Un)Lucky In Love
Daring Stories is a live storytelling event from The New Narrative. Through a mix of open mic and featured storytellers, each night will explore a new theme on the concept of daring; such as overcoming obstacles, dealing with challenges, finding personal courage, and working to make a more equitable world.
For this month’s theme we explore (Un)Lucky In Love. Valentine’s Day can often make us feel less than we are by not having another close human in our lives. But is that how we really want to live? We want to hear your stories about what relationships have meant to your life, for better or for worse. Have you been one of the lucky few that have had a successive string of wonderful supportive partners, somewhere in the middle, or at this point have you decided you’re better off alone?
Whether you have a story to share or just want to listen, we’d love to have you join us. Open mic stories are 5 minutes. Featured storytellers get 8 minutes. If you're interested in being a featured storyteller you can get more information
Each event will include a storytelling workshop an hour before the actual show too. If you’re feeling nervous or unsure, the workshop will provide an opportunity to learn more about storytelling and practice in a lower-stakes setting.
The world needs powerful storytellers now more than ever. Through sharing the stories of what matters to us most we learn about ourselves, grow as leaders, build community, and craft the narrative for the world we want to live in.
Come join us to see first hand how powerful storytelling can be!
Doors open at 5:45 p.m.
Workshop begins at 6 p.m.
Show begins at 7 p.m.
$8 in advance, $10 at the door
Show + Workshop:
$25 in advance, $30 at the door
*Earlybird rates are also available
Collective Impact Center
3295 Meade Ave.,
San Diego, CA 92116
The venue is in the basement of a church on the corner of 33rd & Meade in City Heights. The entrance is adjacent to the parking lot around the back of the building. Walk all the way to the end and you should see a sign pointing to the Collective Impact Center.
Parking is available in the lot behind the church and street parking.
* Even though we're in a church building, there is no intended religious affiliation to this event.
More info on the series, including how to be a featured storyteller, is available here: