Episode: Journeys - Errol & Dara


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Journeys - Errol & Dara
True stories told live across the UK. Today we have two stories from our night on the theme, ‘Journeys’. Errol takes us back twenty years to his life in prison and Dara recalls the time a religious-looking pastry helped her and her flatmates achieve their dreams. Thanks to: our storytellers, Charley Harrison for compèring the night, Ian Barratt for producing the event and podcast producer Elle Scott. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy


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