WHAT’S YOUR STORY? Personal storytelling workshop with Andrea Gibbs (ABC, Barefaced Stories)
Everyone’s got a story to tell – what’s yours?
Done right, stories have the power to do extraordinary things. They make us laugh, cry and move us in ways we can sometimes never expect.
This is a hands-on creative development perfect for dipping your toes into the personal storytelling waters.
Through a series of written & verbal exercises, facilitator Andrea Gibbs will help you FIND YOUR STORY; a story that’s worth telling and one that will connect with your audience.
She will give expert feedback along the way, and very clear steps on how to CRAFT YOUR STORY to make it pop!
Walking you through her personal template for structuring a truly audience-worthy story, you will be armed with the confidence to give it a go yourself.
FIND YOUR STORY: 10.30 – 2.30pm Saturday 24 April 2021
CRAFT YOUR STORY: 12.30 – 4.30pm Sunday 25 April 2021
NOTE: The workshop takes place over two sessions. Participants must be able to attend both sessions. There is a break between sessions to allow participants time to develop/refine their stories. The class size is limited to allow maximum individual attention & storytelling practice time for each participant.
Suitable for both beginners & advanced, age 16+.
About the Teacher, Andrea Gibbs:
Barefaced Stories co-creator, ABC radio presenter & comedian Andrea Gibbs lives & breaths storytelling. Whether she’s in the studio or on the stage everything she does is about spinning yarns and pulling them out of the people around her.
“Gibbs is a revelation!” – The Australian
As a TEDx speaker and coach, she and has worked with over 1000+ students from all industries and walks of life. As well as many corporate clients including ANZ, Bunnings, Chevron, Woodside, WA Police and The Mental Health Commission.
She founded Barefaced Stories in 2010 and has been bringing unforgettable true stories to SOLD OUT audiences all over the world since 2010. From New Zealand to Texas. Melbourne to Albany. She knows which stories entertain, what surprises and most importantly how to engage an audience.
She is also the brains behind the Think Back Stack.