For our first Late Night Library series in 2017, we’re teaming up with Sydney-based storytellers Little Fictions. Over 6 nights, prepared 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.
‘It’s hard to get by, just upon a smile’, but comedian Jack Gow is going to give Cat Stevens’ survival strategy a red hot go. Join Jack and the talented Little Fictions team for a night of stories about how to grow up.
Got a deadbeat dad? Take Angela Argent’s advice: hire a hotted up car, find a dusty country road and challenge him to a game of ‘chicken’. Your teenager daughter doesn’t exactly fit in – she prefers her new soccer-dyke Barbie doll to watching Australia’s most eligible bachelor? Your son is an alien, totally out of step with his peers and you’re not really convinced the Safe Schools Policy will fly? Relax. Shady Cosgrove and Patrick Lenton have hacks for the younger queer life. At Little Fictions’ Late Night Library, you’ll get study tips from Kirsten Tranter’s bot and hear about Jon Steiner’s Shady Oaks where Baby Boomers age disgracefully.
This series of Late Night Library is produced by City of Sydney and presented in collaboration with Little Fictions.
Late Night Library usually books out, so to avoid disappointment be sure to book for this event.