Why See The Moth?
Let me tell you a story
An American institution, The Moth is devoted to the art of storytelling. A non-profit group, founded in 1997 by George Dawes Green, The Moth holds regular literary events across the country, shows which feature ordinary people and celebrities alone on stage, simply telling a real life story. These tales cover a vast gamut of topics and experiences, from an astronaut relating his mission to repair the Hubble telescope to a single mother sharing her struggles in raising her children. They are always never less than enthralling, and take us back to a time before radio and television when this storytelling skill was the cultural lifeblood of our society.
Since its launch The Moth has added several arms to its empire, including a podcast and a radio show, but nothing can compare to seeing one of these events live. The tour plays in , , .
Opening night: 25 April 2017
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