Is one Story Slam a month not enough entertainment for you? There are several other Story Slams in Southeastern and Central Pennsylvania that you might want to check out.
West Chester Story Slam – Celebrating their seventh season, WC Story Slam is held at SideBar and Restaurant in downtown West Chester on the second Tuesday night each month. Slam starts at 8pm, but most people arrive at 7pm for dinner and drinks. Seats for this Story Slam often sell out days before the event. Buy your tickets before you go. Learn more at wcstoryslam.
York Story Slam - debuting in January of 2016, York Story Slam is being held on the third Tuesday of the month at Holy Hound Taproom. Slam starts at 7pm. Learn more here.
Lehigh Valley Story Slam – Debuted in 2015, this Story Slam is held on the second floor of McCartyh's Red Stag Pub and Whisky Bar in Bethlehem, PA. This is an intimate venue, good for first-time storytellers. Learn more at Lehigh Valley Story Slam.
Untitled Harrisburg - Occasional Story Slams and other Storytelling events held throughout the Harrisburg area. Learn more at Untitled Harrisburg.
StartUp StorySlam – Storytelling for Entrepreneurs – Geared to those who are working in start-ups, this Slam is also turning into a motivational story slam for businesspeople to network and share the roller coaster ride of starting a business. Generally held at Benjamin’s Desk, a popular co-working venue on Rittenhouse Square, you can learn more at StartUp StorySlam.
First Person Arts – Philadelphia’s original Story Slam, they hold two events each month, one at World Cafe Live and another at L’Etage. Learn more at First Person Arts.
Tell Me A Story – not a Story Slam, but an entertaining night of curated stories organized and hosted by popular storyteller Hillary Rea. Some events are held at Shot Tower Coffee in South Philly but other events are held at unique locations such as the creepy Mutter Museum. Learn more at Tell Me A Story’s Facebook page.
Rose Valley Concert Series – Professional storyteller Megan Hicks hosts storytelling shows at her home several months out of the year. Megan brings in storytellers from different parts of the country – and they are amazing. Email her if you’d like to be on her mailing list. Learn more at Megan’s website.