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Alim Kamara Storytelling Workshop

Free – donations welcome.

L.I.P.S. (Listen, Imagine, Participate, Share) Storytelling Workshop by Alim Kamara.

Have you ever wanted to be a storyteller but didn’t know where to start? Or want to witness some thought-provoking performances. If so, the L.I.P.S. Storytelling Workshop created by Alim Kamara is what you are looking for.

Join the international storyteller and hip-hop artist, who will be sharing engaging stories along with tips and techniques to get you ready for the stage.

Includes:

  • Performances

  • Confidence Building

  • Selecting stories

  • Digital Storytelling

  • Q&A

This is a family session, created for children and adults.

Register in advance – this workshop on 19 June includes interactive elements, which will only be available to those attending via Zoom.

Or scroll down to stream without interaction.

Free – donations welcome.

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