Telling stories for all to hear

SARAH MCCARTHY
Last updated 05:00 23/05/2014

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Victoria Burnett loves it that she gets looked in the eye here in New Zealand.

The elegant, eloquent visiting storyteller has been in the country this week to take part in the Southland council of the NZ Literacy Association Celebrating Story events, part of the Southland Festival of the Arts.

Along with United Kingdom storyteller Shonaleigh, Burnett will be performing at a Tellers' Concert at Repertory House tonight, at a family concert at the library tomorrow and at a meet the tellers event at the Cheeky Llama at Queens Park on Wednesday. The pair will also be performing at schools throughout the south. 

Today, 7.30pm Repertory House, $18/$12

Book at iSITE or door sales

Family concert Tomorrow, 11am Invercargill City Library Children's Activity Room Free

Meet the tellers Wednesday, May 28, 7.30pm Cheeky Llama, Queens Park, $12/$8 Book at iSITE / door sales

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