2020… What a year! The year in which Corona brings us down, over and over… At the same time, we all keep moving to be born again. For that this year’s theme is: REBIRTH.
Despite all the restrictions, we feel there is an importance to keep producing stories and bringing them to the stage. So the preparations for the Amsterdam Storytelling Festival #13 are in full swing. The festival will take place in between October 28 and November 1 in Podium Mozaïek. Parts of the program will be online, so that we can reach out to all of you, wherever you are in the world.
Although much smaller than before, there will be wonderful shows and inspiring talks for you to get excited about! You are super welcome to see performances or follow a workshop. Some shows are especially made for the festival, some are perfectly fitting the theme. Most of the shows can be visited by 30 people, so be fast if you want to get a ticket. The ticket prices include a drink.
Worldwide Festival: 6 elements live streamed for free!
For all the beautiful souls, that cannot be in Amsterdam or have to self-isolate: here is what we have for you.
We will live stream this 6 elements of our program for FREE. You can tune in
on Facebook or open this website and enjoy the shows and talks from every place in the
The Amsterdam Storytelling Festival is an initiative of Stichting Storytelling Centre.
Phone: +31 (0) 20 412 14 15 (Monday till Thursday between 10:00 and 17:00h)
Press: firstname.lastname@example.org / +31-(0)6-1809 6859
Artistic direction and program: Raphael Rodan & Sahand Sahebdivani
Executive producer: Stichting Storytelling Centre (Erma van Maris)
Promotion: Dorèndel Overmars and Irina Koriazova
Drawing: Irina Koriazova
Intern: Volkert den Engelsman
The Amsterdam Storytelling Festival 2020 is made possible by:
Photos: Raphael Rodan en Sahand Sahebdivani – Photo by Alborz Sahebdivani, Aysegül Karaca – Photo by Lotte Dale, James Rowland – Revelations, Margo van de Linde – Photo by Raymond van Mil, Sinéad O’Brien – Photo by Alborz Sahebdivani, Emmanuel Ohene Boafo – Photo by Koen Veldman, Soumaya Ahouaoui – Photo by Koen Veldman, Rosa da Silva – Photo by Jan Sol