A little while ago I had a story accepted and performed, or ‘declaimed’, at the Liars’ League.
From their website….
What is the Liars’ League?
Writers write. Actors read. Audience listens. Everybody wins…
Established in April 2007, Liars’ League is a themed monthly fiction night, where professional actors (from our company of around 100) read new short stories by writers from around the world. Events are held at The Phoenix pub in Cavendish Square, Central London, and readings are filmed in HD for YouTube and podcast for free download: currently, our online archive holds over 300 stories.
We also have Liars’ League franchises in New York City, Hong Kong, and Leeds.
It was all very exciting. And drunken.
What can I say about the performance? Two things. Firstly, please read before watching it. And they did it better in rehearsal.
Here is the link to the story. It’s sweet.
And this is the Liars’ website. Go see them – the standard is very high and you won’t get a better night of culture in the centre of London…. All for a fiver too. Support them.