Irish whiskey brand Bushmills has partnered with Netflix and the London Evening Standard to support the new Stories Festival that will run 24-26th September.
The three-day event will see established narrators and fresh voices tell compelling stories across the written word, audio and screen at London’s Picturehouse.
As part of its support for the event, Bushmills has launched the Singular Tales campaign in partnership with George the Poet, which encourages people to reconnect over storytelling – and a glass of whiskey.
In addition, Bushmills will be serving up bespoke cocktails for celebrities, participants and special guests at the Stories Festival launch party on 23 September, and will act as the solus spirits sponsor for the poetry section on 26 September, including hosting a single malt tasting.
A stellar cast of speakers will be sharing their musings during the Stories Festival including Will Young on his memoir How to be a Gay Man and Line of Duty Writer Jed Mercurio on his latest graphic novel Sleeper, as well as sessions with former Labour Party politician Ed Balls and author Daisy Buchanan.
For more information, go to the festival website stories.standard.co.uk