Spark London Events

Spark Open Mic - 'The Office' 19.11.18

At 8:00pm - 10:00pm, Ritzy, Brixton, London

There are 168 hours in a week and we spend around 48 of those hours asleep. Every other month we‘ve asked you to share your stories about the 66 hours of fun, family, friends, sex, dating, Netflix, freedom, creativity, drunkenness, sadness, happiness and sheer existence. This month we are celebrating the forgotten 54.

The 48 hours you spend working, avoiding work, looking for work, or doing your life admin while you should be working. If you are extra unlucky, you can also tell us about the c. six hour commute to and from the office. Hurrah!!

So if the world is your office, you want an office, you hate your office, love your office or you’ve made many enemies at the office join us for a fun night of storytelling on November 19, 2018.

Bring a colleague, show up with a story, or just to listen. The rules are simple: the story must be true, about you and can only be about 5 minutes long.

Doors open 7:30pm

Stories from 8pm

Entry: £5

Spark Open Mic - 'Parties' 17.12.18

At 8:00pm - 10:00pm, Ritzy, Brixton, London

‘tis the season to paaaaarty…

Office parties, Christmas drinks, NYE shindig, house parties, school days parties, clubbing, fitness raves. Labour, Green, Tory, US Midterms even. Do you have an excellent party story or an excellent story about a party.

Come party with us on Monday December 17th as our audience. Or if you have a story, tell us about your hosting dreams and nightmares or the most horrific and terrific things that’ve happened to you or you have done at a party. Share with us the party no one came to, the one you thought you had forgotten. We’ll be there to share the pain, the laughs and maybe the fury.

Doors open 7:30pm

Stories from 8pm

Entry: £5

Spark Open Mic - 'Interruption' 21.1.19

At 8:00pm - 10:00pm, Ritzy, Brixton, London

Spark is Britain’s first true storytelling club.
We encourage real people to tell true stories in front of a live audience.

This month the theme for the stories is ‘Interruption’. Have you ever felt interrupted or been accused of interrupting? An interruption could be the best thing that happens, or the worst. Storytellers will be given 5 minutes, without interruption, to share their story. Many come to Spark just to listen to other people’s stories- listening to the stories is valued just as much.

Storytellers sign up on the day and we take down names from 7.30pm and may give priority to people who haven’t spoken at Spark before.

Doors open 7:30pm

Stories from 8pm

Entry: £5

'Suddenly I was seized by a sixties, revolutionary fervour'

— Joe Friedman

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