Pencil Trick Productions present “Story To Tell?” a brand new schedule of creative networking events taking place throughout 2012.
These bi-monthly forums held across Liverpool will aim to connect people who have ‘stories to tell’ with those who have the means to tell them. We want to link scriptwriters with directors, bands with video producers, artists with galleries, to name but a few. On a larger scale we also want to put local community groups and social enterprises who have something to tell the world in touch with the production companies, writers and videographers who can help them vocalise it.
Each event is tailored to a specific creative field and hosts exciting and knowledgeable industry guest speakers. We invite the relating artistic community to come and collaborate via our informal networking sessions.
The next “Story To Tell?” event will be held at The Lantern Theatre 57 Blundell Street, Liverpool, L1 0AJ, 6pm onwards on Sunday 1st July 2012
In association with A Rush of Laughter, this “Story To Tell?” Networking Event focuses on the ‘Comedy Industry’ with tips for success and insight from guest speakers including local compere and comic Che Burnley, award winning Stand Up Andy Watson who has supported on tour the likes of Paddy Mcguiness, Stand up Pete Otway described by Liverpool Echo as “Amiable, cheeky classic stand up.” andHeadliner Seymour Mace - Star Of BBC3’s Ideal & Dave’s One Night Stand.
Tucked away in the heart of The Baltic Triangle the cosy and welcoming Lantern Theatre is building quite a reputation as the go to gig for North West comedy fans and comics alike. Monthly comedy night A Rush of Laughter is being hailed as the next big thing on the comedy circuit and is attracting a host of names, previous headliners include Alex Boardman, Sully O’Sullivan, Tony Burgess and Mark Rough.
This Networking event is for you if you currently work as or want to connect with:
- Local comedy sketch writers,
- Arts and Events Bloggers,
- Stand Up Comics and performers,
- TV Comedy Production Companies
- Theatres and Stand Up venues
The panel will cover topics including comedy writing, performance, contacts, circuit tips and also how comedy can be used to cross over into different industries and platforms.
Attendees of “Story To Tell?” will be offered a special reduced admission rate of £5 to the Rush of Laughter comedy night commencing immediately after the networking at 7.30pm where our panel of guests will perform their art.
To book your discounted tickets please visit: http://www.thelanterntheatre.co.uk or call 0151 703 0000 to reserve your ticket for the stand up part of the evening.
For details of future events, venues, guest speakers and how you can get involved head to:
Do you have a “Story To Tell?”