After a successful storytelling session at Jacaranda Cultural Centre in Blantyre last month, a new session is in the offing.
According to organiser Ekari Mbvundula, the next session will take place on Friday February 23 at the same venue.
“This session will have a theme which is Love Gained and Love Lost. This means our writers will bring us stories from both sides of the coin, and I am sure it will spark interesting conversations once again,” she said.
Mbvundula added that since this is a new phenomenon, the sessions will keep changing and improving with time.
“As we are still learning and growing, we will be making adjustments to the event to make it more entertaining and sustainable,” she said.
Mbvundula, therefore, said the entry fee has been adjusted to enable organisers meet these requirements.
This will be the third storytelling session which started with a smaller audience but improved the second time.
Jacaranda Cultural Centre deputy director Daisy Belfield said the centre is willing to host various kinds of events aimed at promoting arts and culture.
“This year, Jacaranda will be the place to be as it will be busier than ever. We will have photo exhibitions, music, drama and so many other arts related activities,” she said during the January storytelling event.