Diary Days London

Diary Days London

“I wasn’t allowed to go to Fitch’s party today coz I got grounded. My dad thinks I’m seeing too much of the guys + it’s affecting my schoolwork so I’m not allowed to see them outside school. He also thinks I have been groping them! Dad has got the flu. His temperature is 110. I hope he dies.” ( Taken from “Cringe” by Sarah Brown).

After the huge sell-out success of “Diary Days” over the past 2 years, we’re super excited to announce that Diary Days will be back in February 2017. Tickets available soon.

How Diary Days London Works

 

Diary Days is your chance to laugh at yourself and others as we read out our most cringe-worthy entries  from our past to an awesome crowd whilst having a few drinks.

If you can’t find your old teen diary, bring your old travel diary, love letters, report card, Christmas list, detention note or even an old group email you sent to friends and family before social media took off. Either way it’s a great chance to do something different, so get involved.

When we first started Diary Days we had no idea the event would become so special. Over the past 2 years we’ve had some amazingly open stories from people from all over the world. The amount of people that have changed their lives after gaining the confidence to jump on stage and share their story is just incredible. For that, Diary Days is more than just another event… It’s something that’s almost impossible to explain unless you actually come along and get involved.

Feel free just to come and watch or be there for moral support if you’d prefer.

Oh, we were also mentioned in The Guardian!

Regular updates can be found by following the @smudgedlippy Twitter feed and the #DiaryDays hashtag.

Click here to see when the next Diary Days event is.

Video by www.http://www.alina-budina.com/

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