• JVS (map)
  • 855 Finchley Road
  • London, England, NW11 8LX
  • United Kingdom

Please contact us if you would like to share a story on this special night: naturalbornstorytellers@gmail.com

Grassroots Jews 2016 is proud to join forces with Natural Born Storytellers to present an evening of unparalleled creative joy & the sharing of inspiring, funny & downright awe-some stories!

The High Holy Days are a personal and reflective period in the year and what better time to come together and share a few stories from our own lives. Drawing from tradition and creating an event in the spirit of the season, we're going to tell true stories from the times in our lives that we've been holy and some about the times we got high.

We'd love to hear your stories about religious celebrations, visiting new cultures or exploring ancient monuments. Stories from festivals, climbing mountains or dancing till dawn. We could hear stories ranging from Sukkahs to Psychedelia, Mountains to Mitzvahs and Religion to Raves with the common thread being that they are all true and told by you, the Grassroots community.

Your stories could be funny, heartwarming, reflective, deeply personal or just a wonderful slice of your life that you'd like to share with us at this special time of year.

Anyone, no matter your experience on stage, can come and tell a story. All we ask is that it's true and happened to you.

Entry
GRJ2016 Non-Members: Suggested Donation £6 which will the The Bike Project, as part of the GRJ2016 Tzedakah project.
GRJ2016 Members: FREE (but you'd be welcome to donate to the GRJ Tzedakah project as well if you'd like to!)

This event is part of the first ever Grassroots Jews 10 Day Programme spanning across the 10 day period between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Traditionally this has always been a time for deep introspection, reflection & return to one’s Highest Self, a spiralling escalation of awareness in the run up to Yom Kippur.
Led by GRJ2016 member Juliet, we have curated a series of diverse events designed to stimulate and provoke thought, and increase our awareness creatively.