You know the deal. Nine people telling stories — from their own lives — up to ten minutes each on a theme. The theme this month is Home from Home. If you have a true story from your own life that you’d like to be considered, have a read of the editorial guidelines and send us a submission.
It’s our annual comedy fundraiser night! Join us on September 25th for a night of fundraising, some of the funniest stories from the past year of Tenx9 events, raffles and general hilarity.
Our annual fundraiser is always an evening of hilarity - do come along, and bring some dosh. The prizes for the raffle will be wonderful.
We are delighted to be teaming up with the Integrated Education Fund to host an evening on the theme PEACE. We are in our home venue of the Black Box.
Tenx9 is back at Greenbelt! Join us on Friday night for true stories on the theme of Shock. The event is at 7.30pm on the Friday night at the Leaves venue.
The theme for Greenbelt 2019 is ‘Shock’ - we are looking for a true story (not a sermon, not a reflection, not an essay) from your life about Shock. That electric shock you got; that shock you gave everyone when you turned up; that shock you got when you passed; that shock you got when you got the news. True stories, harrowing stories, sad stories, powerful stories, funny stories.
Tenx9 is a storytelling event where people have up to 10 minutes to tell a true story from their own lives — stories that shock, stories that delight. We’re not looking for reflections, or sermons, or morals, we’re just looking for a true story from your own life.
Well, it’s the end of the summer. We hope you had a getaway somewhere nice. A trip to Portrush, a trip with the family, a trip to the family, a trip from the family. Maybe you needed a getaway plan from a dreaded visit. Whatever your summer getaway was, we want to hear the story!
If you have a true story about Getaway (it doesn’t even need to be about the summer), we’d be delighted to hear about it. Read our editorial guidelines and send us a submission and we’ll be back in touch with you.
BBC Radio Ulster has been broadcasting highlights from recent tenx9 evenings in the Black Box. The latest edition is on Saturday Aug 3 at 10.30am. The show is called Tell Tales & is repeated the following Monday at 7.30pm. It will also be available from BBC Sounds where you can also find earlier episodes so check it out!
We’re delighted to invite you to Tenx9 in the Black Box in Belfast at 7.30pm on May 29, 2019. The theme is "Once, when I was young".
We’re looking for true stories about one event that happened when you were young: that question you asked, that time you told the truth, that time you didn’t, that time you broke the thing you shouldn’t have broken, that time you did the thing you’ve regretted ever since.
We are delighted to welcome you to our event in Belfast on April 24th 2019. The theme is ‘Guilt’. Yup - we are looking for true stories from nine people about a time when they felt guilty, when they were guilty, a story of a time when they avoided guilt, projected guilt, witnessing a court case, having guilt proven, or disproven.
We are delighted to partner with Imagine — the festival of politics and ideas — for our March Tenx9. It’s on Wednesday 27th March, in our usual venue of the Black Box, and the theme is Welcome.
Feeling welcome, being welcome, being unwelcome, welcoming someone you didn’t want to welcome - you know it. If you have one true story, from your own life, that you’d like to tell the delicious audience of Tenx9, have a read of the editorial guidelines and then submit a draft to us.
We are delighted to bring in the new year in our annual partnership with the delicious folks from the Out to Lunch festival. The theme for Tenx9 at OTL 2019 is ‘Pets’. Yup, pets. Love them, hate them. Sometimes we never want them, sometimes we couldn’t’ do without them. Some of us have been the Teacher’s Pet, some of us have engaged in (ahem) heavy petting.
Yup, the theme is the location. We’ll meet (as usual) in the Black Box at 7.30pm, and hear nine true stories about our fair city. Stories of how you arrived here; how you left, or tried to leave; something that happened to you here last week; something that happened to you here last century; a story from moving here; a story from loving or loathing here.
We are thrilled to announce our theme for Tenx9 in October 2018 in Belfast. The theme is "Care".We are looking for true stories from your own life about care: something you care about; something you thought you cared about but realised you didn't; a time you cared, but someone didn't; a time of living in care; a time of leaving care.
We are really glad to have some of our friends from "Voices Of Young People In Care" (VOYPIC). We'll have a few stories from VOYPIC folks, and are looking for other true stories, of all kinds of reflections on Care, too.
We are thrilled to invite you to our annual Tenx9 fundraiser. Every September, we have a night of some of the funny stories from Tenx9 in the past year. Expect stories about vomit; stories about sex; stories about pure scunderedness; stories about small misunderstandings grown horribly big. Expect wonder!
We'll have raffles, and prizes, and some guest appearances. We never charge for Tenx9, so if you have some cash to bring, we'd really appreciate it, as it'll keep the podcast, and rent, and equipment ticking along for many a Tenx9 evening!
We are thrilled to have a special Tenx9 in partnership with those gorgeous people at Culture Night on Wednesday 19th September at 7.30pm in the Harbour Commissioner's Office in the Titanic Quarter.
The theme for this night is "Love And The City" and we're looking for your true stories of Belfast, stories of love in Belfast (or love in any city).
Tenx9 is a storytelling night where 9 people have up to ten minutes each to tell a true story from their own lives. If you have an idea for a story from your own life to tell us, read the editorial guidelines and then send us your idea via the submissions form. We aren't able to accept essays, or personal reflections, or project proposals or reasons why everyone should become a fruitarian. Just true stories. From your own life. Told live. Amazeballs.
You remember it: the new pencil-cases; the dread of the new teacher; or the previous teacher; the catching up; the entering into a staff room for the first time; or the last time; returning to school having been away, or sick; returning to the school you never thought you'd see again.
It was the stuff of dreams! We want nine people to tell true stories about visiting Bangor, about living in Bangor, about leaving Bangor, about dreaming about that summer holiday utopia of a place with sea, ice-cream, donkeys, thousands of people and - hopefully - a bit of a break from the ordinary.