PechaKucha Night Storytelling Returns to Downtown Bridgeport

A “Larger than Life” story event, PechaKucha Night for adults is taking place on Sunday, August 29th, 2021 at the Downtown Cabaret Theatre in Bridgeport, CT. PechaKucha Night (PKN) Bridgeport is a free storytelling event featuring amazing tellers from CT, CA, India, and Japan who will share personal stories that are larger than life! The evening’s fun festivities will be hosted by Lauren Coakley Vincent, President, and CEO of the Bridgeport Downtown Special Services District. Free tickets are available to attend the event live in person or virtually on YouTube.

The theme for this fast-paced visual in-person event at the Downtown Cabaret Theatre is “Larger than Life.” Storytellers speak with 20 photos that are projected on the big screen for 20 seconds each. PechaKucha events originated in Japan and now take place in over 1200 cities in 140 countries around the world, and Bridgeport, CT is one of them! PKN is an exciting, fun night of listening to personal stories from people across disciplines to spark conversation, new ideas, and collaborations. If you can’t make it in person, join the live stream on “YouTube” on Sunday, August 29th from 6:00 PM – 8:00PM. It’s free to attend. Doors open at the Downtown Cabaret Theatre at 5:00 PM and the PechaKucha telling will begin at 6:00 PM. to hear true personal stories on the theme

Food at the cabaret will be available for purchase from “A Pinch of Salt” Chef Raquel Rivera. Seating is open at tables in a cabaret-style setting. The Cabaret Theatre is located at 263 Golden Street #3, Bridgeport, CT.

PLEASE REGISTER FOR FREE TICKETS: Register for In-Person tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bridgeport-pechakucha-vol-11-larger-than-life-in-person-tickets-156996084515

Register for Virtual tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bridgeport-pechakucha-vol-11-larger-than-life-virtual-tickets-157723341761

PechaKucha Night Bridgeport is organized by the Bridgeport Downtown Special Services District, the Barnum Museum, City Lights Gallery, Bill Derry, and Nina Lesiga.

Metered parking is free on Sundays in downtown Bridgeport. In addition, there is a parking lot directly across from the Cabaret Theatre.

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