After a year hiatus, the international story telling festival “Gimi-story” is back.
Last year’s Gimistory was cancelled as the Cayman National Cultural Foundation was celebrated its 30th anniversary.
The story telling festival will feature both international and local story tellers such as “Aunty V” and “Matt Brown” and will be touring all three islands.
“It’s an important part of our Caribbean culture and it’s one of the oldest forms of entertainment and communication and I think that’s also a part of our Caribbean heritage, we want to be able to share that. We have so many Caymanian tellers that we like to have come and share their stories that have been passed down from generation to generation, or ones they have actually come up with themselves,” Marketing Manager at the Cayman National Cultural Foundation, Erin Bodden.
The festival will be from November 25th to December 3rd, all events will start at 7pm.
For the full list of districts and dates click here.