TED: Retold

TED: Retold

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TED: Retold tells 12 moving personal stories from real life. Adapted from existing TED talks, these are stories of strength, suffering and hope.

Each night will showcase four different monologues, tackling issues from facing death to resisting oppressive regimes. Inspired by the way TED talks present big ideas in engaging ways, these are tales that push boundaries and challenge expectations. They are sure to put a pleasingly thoughtful expression on your face.

Adapted by student Devon Armstrong, this show celebrates the power of storytelling to engage, inform and entertain.

Book Tickets

Unfortunately, this show has had to be cancelled. The Trinity season of student shows will begin on Tue 9 May with I Marcus.

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