2021 National Storytelling Festival

Virtual

We are presenting the Virtual National Storytelling Festival this October so you can still experience the world-class storytelling you have come to know and love from the comfort of your home. You can enjoy 20+ hours of storytelling from more than 30 tellers during October 1 and 2, and the videos will continue to be available for viewing for two weeks following the Festival.

US$75

Am I Man Enough? Stories on Toxic Masculinity

Virtual

In collaboration with Anti-Violence Project at Center on Halsted to raise awareness about October Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Am I Man Enough?: Stories of Toxic Masculinity will return to the virtual space on Wednesday October 27.

Free

Thursday Thriller

Virtual

Spooky Stories to chill and delight. Tales told to give you a fright! Celebrate Halloween and step into a world filled with stories sure to put a chill down your spine. Things that go bump, things that go thump, with frightful tales to make you jump.

Free

Night Terrors: Strange Encounters Around the Pacific

Virtual

If you gaze long into the Abyss, the Abyss notices, and gazes into you. Join us for a short sojourn into the world of spirit, light, and shadow--an evening of ghost stories for grown-ups presented by storyteller Alton Chung.

Free

Spooktacular Trivia Night

Virtual

Tickets will be on sale soon! Event page: https://www.ottawastorytellers.ca/ost-trivia-night When witches go riding, and black cats are seen. The moon laughs and whispers, 'tis near Halloween. On Friday, October 29 at 7:00pm ET join us on Zoom for a spooktacular evening of Halloween-themed trivia and the telling of a few frightful tales! How much do […]

CAD10