We’re back, with a repeat performance, due to overflow demand! If you missed the January
show, join us on February 29 th and catch +44 storytellers from January and June re-telling
their fabulous stories.
Laugh and sigh with a crew of Londoners telling funny and serious, true, personal stories,
with MC Victoria Dry and a great lineup of storytellers:
ADELE MEYER is a half-Belgian, half-American Jew living in London. She leads harm
reduction and mediation teams at events and festivals all over the world, and works to
welcome asylum-seekers here in Britain. She loves costumes, dancing, and creative
ALFRED DRY was not allowed to bring Miss Take to the stage at his school talent show so
she's coming out of the staff room at +44 -- don't be late or she'll give you a red mark.
DALIA COHEN Originally from Zimbabwe, she is now a business strategy advisor, an
executive and life coach and aspiring writer based in London.
MELANIE CANTOR is a former PR agent, celebrity manager, TV presenter and now full-
time writer. Her first published novel, Death and Other Happy Endings is just out from
MARK JOHNSON, born and raised in Eastern Kentucky in the hills and hollers of
Appalachia, is a stand up comedian living in London via Lexington and New York City.
MIRANDA PARRY is a full-time photographer and part-time buffoon from London.
THOMAS UHM is a walking archetype -- the actor who became a trader when his mid-life
crisis hit, living his American dream in London.
VICTORIA DRY (MC) is a former music awards organizer with a diploma in acting and
currently cofounder and partner in Drydesign, a graphic design business, and SweetArt,
contemporary art of iconic sweets made solely from discarded sweet wrappers.