+44 Stories

Monday 28 October


19:30 – 21:30
2Northdown2 Northdown Street
London N1 9BG
Laugh and sigh with a crew of Londoners telling their truth, with MC Victoria Dry and 6 great storytellers:


Spring Day is an American comedian based in London with a dark sense of humor and a heart made out of fool's gold.

Janet Ellis, MBE, is an actress, presenter, broadcaster and writer and a regular contributor to radio and TV, newspapers and magazines. She is the author of the acclaimed novels The Butcher's Hook (2016), longlisted for the Desmond Elliot Prize, and How it Was (2019).  

Rick Hood is a registered social worker who worked for over ten years with children and families in London before moving to academia. He has two young children, who indulge his love of magical realism with tales of dinosaurs, cars and pirates. Rick lives in Kingston upon Thames. 

James Lo was born in Hong Kong and graduated from the London School of Economics in 2016. He now works at SoftBank Group after stints at McKinsey and Generation, an organization that builds youth employment programs. James is a 2019 Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts for contributions to social progress.   

Michael Noel is currently living between the US and Europe, extending his mid-life gap year, doing stand-up comedy and storytelling on stages like the Moth, where he was a 2019 StorySlam champion.

Miranda Parry is a full-time photographer and part-time buffoon from London.

MC: Victoria Dry 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.
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