More spoken word delights us at The Magic Tree this Tuesday…with quite a collection of stories – and more!

The summer moves along into its second half, and the weather keeps pace with heat in many places around the globe – except for those in the southern hemisphere who are deep into winter. EUR and the USA are rather warm, these days, as the mercury climbs to the century mark in many locales. In other words…it’s HOT!

So…we escape to the temperate zone of Ce Soir Arts, where – as Ǣon likes to remind us – it’s always a balmy 72°F! And this week, there are more marvelous events to enjoy! Check the Tuesday schedule below and come join us under the branches of The Magic Tree!

The Poet Laureate of Ce Soir Arts offers excellent music and outstanding prose and poetry from his own pen as well as that from classical masters. The Thought for the Day is always encouraging, the literature beautifully read and compelling. He’s reading Stig of the Dump by Clive King. It’s an adventure! Satisfy your curiosity and come gather with friends to enjoy!

Stephen Fry’s Mythos is in store for us this week – and likely again in future, as it’s quite a tome – and a delightfully informative one! Caledonia reports “No one loves quarrels, desires and deceives as boldly and brilliantly as Greek gods and goddesses.” We’ll have a happy look into their world as Cale reads for us at  The Magic Tree. We will be happy to see you!

This week, Ǣon has a very unique and riveting story to tell – from the pen of sci-fi master Ray Bradbury. There’s tomfoolery afoot…and MURDER. There’s a fright around every corner, and no detective to solve the mysteries. Join us as sci-fi afficianado Ǣon reads the “The Whole Town’s Sleeping” and gives us the chills in the offing! You will be guessing…until the very end!

It’s going to be a fantastic time at The Magic Tree. Come, be inspired tonight!

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