2017 sees Tenx9 beginning in Adelaide, home of the Kaurna people, home of the Fringe, home of burnt fig ice-cream and now, home of the latest Tenx9.
It all began when Dani came to Belfast for six weeks and stayed two years. Then she moved back to Australia. Then she came to visit Belfast again and lived on Pádraig's couch for a month. Then she came to Tenx9 and told her most embarrassing story. Now she and Mel are starting Tenx9 in Adelaide.
Mel has known about Tenx9 in both Belfast and Glasgow for a few years now, two places she lived between for most of her life before moving to SA, but when she goes home she always manages to be in Glasgow when the Belfast one is on and vice versa. So she's just started her own!
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Tenx9 Adelaide: Thursday March 23rd
Doors 7:30pm - first story 8pm at The Jade, 142-160 Flinders St
We're all set for our second ever Tenx9Adelaide! Nine story-tellers are pulling on the courageous boots, having a stiff drink (or whatever their courage juice of choice is) and hoping up on the stage at The Jade to share their stories. All true, all different, all personal. Come on over and join us - no pre-booking required, free entry - just support The Jade's generous sponsorhsip by buying a drink at the bar. And don't forget the Phat Buddha Rolls kiosk in the garden - come early and grab some dinner on the way in...
Our first Tenx9Adelaide was an amazing success! Em, Emma, Aldo, Dean, Dan, Jane, Ben, Mel and David made us laugh, cry and ruminate with their stories of the first time they ate poisoned mushrooms, started a chook farm, touched a dead body and bought a motorbike, just to name a few.
We’d love you to join us and be part of building some great storytelling connections in Adelaide - just turn up on the night. But if you want to tell a story, fill in the form below.