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Some of Cayman’s favourite performers will return to beaches and parks on all three islands this November and December to celebrate the 20th anniversary...
The Cayman Islands International Storytelling Festival, Gimistory, is being revamped to return in 2019/20 but in its place this year, the Cayman National Cultural Foundation will present the traveling Cayman Christmas Comedy Show.
Established in 1998, Gimistory International Storytelling Festival is presented by the Cayman National Cultural Foundation as a free event for the community and is made possible by the generous support of local businesses.
The Cayman National Cultural Foundation is looking for seven fish fry vendors to participate in the Gimistory 2017 district fish fry competition.
Gimistory, the Cayman Islands International Storytelling Festival, featured a packed and exciting week in 2016. The festival featured both Caymanian and overseas storytellers who traveled to each district during the week of Nov. 25-Dec. 3, ending at Smith Barcadere for “Duppy Story Night.”
Friends, families and fans gathered under the almond trees at Bodden Town’s Harry McCoy Park Tuesday night for storytelling, music, fry fish and fritters. Kicking off the start of Bodden Town’s Gimistory night was host Matt Brown, who introduced each storyteller at the various stages.
Two of Cayman’s most beloved events are combining this year to bring great storytelling and great food to the public.
The Cayman National Cultural Foundation’s much anticipated annual signature event, “Gimistory,” is set to be even bigger and better than ever. Launching the event this year will be a fundraiser: The Tradewinds’ Cayman Reunion Concert on Saturday at Tiki Beach.
Gimistory, the Cayman Islands’ international storytelling festival, is coming to Bodden Town on Nov. 29. Gimistory is as simple as its name. CNCF’s Gimistory is an event for all ages, taking us back to a time when people provided their own entertainment.