Off the Page: Kings Cross Library

The popular award-winning series returns with a special collaboration with Little Fictions Productions

For our first Late Night Library series in 2017, we’re teaming up with Sydney-based storytellers Little Fictions. Over 6 nights, prepare to be entertained by a talented team of actors, artists and musicians who’ll bring local tales to life through a mix of original multimedia and live performance.

Join composer and broadcaster, Julian Day, for a mesmerizing hour of multiplatform storytelling by actors, visual artists, filmmakers and musicians. Texts included are local Sydney stories straight out of Crown and Williams Street, Central and Circular Quay.

In ‘The Most Beautiful Story In The World’, Oliver Mol tells of migraines, Sydney’s lockout laws, love and mental health. His performance will be accompanied by a slideshow of quirky images by Carla Uriarte and a haunting soundtrack.

Emerging artist, Emily Twomey and emerging composers Thomas Ross and Vickie Tran have collaborated to produce a series of microlit videos. The premiere screening of these unique story-poem films at Off The Page will include actors Eleni Schumacher and Joel Horwood performing narrations accompanied by both pre-recorded and live sounds.

This series of Late Night Library is produced by City of Sydney and presented in collaboration with Little Fictions.

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When
Thursday 30 March 2017 from 9pm to 10pm
Where
Kings Cross Library
50-52 Darlinghurst Road, Potts Point
Cost
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