So, This Is What Happened is back! Our popular storytelling night returns for a digital special with Omnibus Theatre Online.
Connection is more important than ever, so we invite you to laugh, cry and celebrate stories from the lives of real people.
Get to know our storytellers:
Stefania Licari Originally from Italy, Stefania qualified and worked as medical doctor before moving into an acting career. She is currently working as a front line doctor across various hospitals in London.
Arifa Nasim Arifa was inspired to become an activist after reading Daughters of Shame by Jasvinder Sanghera at fourteen years old. The first Official UK Youth Delegate to the United Nations, she is currently studying BA Persian and History at SOAS.
Fayon Dixon Created in Coventry, nurtured in Brixton, Fayon is a presenter on television, radio, teaches motivational work in schools and leads creative workshops with stroke survivors.
Dele Ogun Dele is a lawyer and an author, his books include A Fatherless People, an epic work on the history of Nigeria. A keen ex-footballer he is also the life president of the Mill Hill Ballers Club.
Ola Aralepo Ola is a school counsellor. He is passionate about helping children and young people and loves using storytelling as his preferred medium.
Danny Scheinmann Danny has told stories in over 30 countries, worked with street children in some of the most challenging cities in the world including Manila, Bogota and Pnomh Penh, and was one of the first UK performers into Siberia after glasnost in 1991. He’s a Sunday Times best selling novelist reaching no.1 on Amazon UK in fiction. He is also a film maker and actor.
Hosted by Laurel Lefkow.
So, This Is What Happened will be broadcast live from Omnibus Theatre’s YouTube channel at 8pm, then available on catch up.