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Venue: Satori Stage, Bratislava

We’re back for another round of personal stories told live! Each show has a theme and the storytellers explore and interpret it in their own unexpected ways. Our tellers are selected to reflect diverse voices from various backgrounds. We also invite one or two audience members to come on stage during the event to share their stories.

All speakers have 5 to 7 min. to tell their stories. Don’t miss out on this one of a kind event described as a cross between documentary and theater, creating an intimate and often enlightening experience for the audience and tellers.

Theme: Bratislava

For our 11th installment of Bratislava True Stories, we’re paying homage to the city where Story Nights started, the city we (locals and foreigners) call home. In this city, we walk its narrow sidewalks, drive on its congested roads, have love affairs in its anonymous panel buildings and daydream in its vapid office buildings. This small capital city contains heartbreak and joy, love and loneliness, suffering and dreams.

In homage to our city, we’re presenting 10 storytellers from all walks of life to share their Bratislava stories. Expect to hear personal tales that are relatable, moving, inspiring, funny and straight from the heart.

It’s going to be one unforgettable evening of ordinary people, telling extraordinary stories.

Featured Storytellers:

To be announced


Hon Chong (MY)

Admission: Free* (5EUR suggested donation at the door).

* Your kind donation will help us pay the cost of producing and running the event. We aim to bring you the very best experience every time.



About Story Nights?

We’re a nonprofit storytelling club and live event series dedicated to inspiring, healing, transforming and entertaining people through the art of storytelling. From our humble beginning in October 2015 in Bratislava, our storytelling group has been growing steadily and we now organize live storytelling events in Bratislava, Vienna, Budapest, Chandigarh, Manila and Cebu! We are proud to be part of the non-profit International Society for Arts and Culture (ISAC).


Q: What type of stories can I tell/ hear?

A: We want people to share real life stories about their lives – and every event has a different theme but the most important thing is it must be your own real story. This is NOT an event for debates, political speeches, philosophical musings and religious sermons. We also do not tolerate offensive, hateful and objectifying talks.


Q: I have a really good story to share which is relevant to this theme.

A: Great! We would love to hear your story live on stage! Please send Hon an email with a short description of your story. hon@isac-eu.org


Q: Does my story have to be in English?

A: Yes, because we want to hear stories from all over the world.


Q: Can I come and just listen to others’ stories?

A: Yes, definitely!


Q: What do I need to do if I want to share my story?

A: You can send a brief email to hon@isac-eu.org together with a short description of your story


Q: Can I tell my stories in the form of a poem/ song?

A: Yes! As long as you don’t read it from a paper.


Q: I have no experience in storytelling/ public speaking at all. What if people hate my story?

A: You don’t need to be a master storyteller. All skill levels are welcomed.


Q: My English is not good. What if people don’t understand me?

A: If you need help with your story, feel free to email hon@isac-eu.org


Q: My story is not funny or interesting enough for people to listen to!

A: Our event is friendly, open, intimate and honest. This is not a stand up comedy night where you are expected to entertain the audience. Relax, take a deep breath and enjoy the empowering feeling of having a platform to share your stories with an empathetic and supportive audience.

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Education partners:

ISAC – www.isac-eu.org

Abracadabra Story Company – facebook.com/storytellingaustria.at

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