Lennox telling stories at Serious

Sunday March 6 at 2 p.m.

Submitted to The Record


Hazel Lennox will be enthralling listeners who come to Serious Coffee on Sunday March 6 at 2 p.m.

Another set of stories is about to be released into the Comox Valley as Lennox once more spins the magic of fairytale.

“I’m planning to tell The Red Shoes, which is a classic by Hans Christian Anderson, and to me, it’s a frighteningly real tale of obsession, addiction, call it what you will;  totally fabulous, of course; a feast for the imagination.” said Lennox, who has been captured by storytelling all her life. “I grew up being read many, many books.  My mom was an avid reader and naturally read to us. I heard most of the ancient fairytales that have survived through the ages. They’re still intriguing and captivating – a delight to hear and to tell.”

For the past 20 years Lennox has been garnering tales from around the world and polishing the art of telling.

Give yourself a treat; sit back, relax and enjoy a fancy drink while being told stories, nothing is required of you for an hour. Admission is by donation.


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