Monday, December 1, 2014

WORDS ON THE WIND: As the River Tells It. ROSLYN QUIN 18 December 2014


As the River Tells It, is the final performance of the Words on the Wind series.

Storyteller and resident oddity, Roslyn Quin takes the audience on a trip around the new myths of the Docklands.

In the shadowy mirrors of her stories, immigrant's tales transform in to soulful spirits, colourful characters feel a little too familiar, and a old monster gets a new breath of life. As the River Tells It, is an immersive, original storytelling performance of transformation, inspired by the myth and history of the Docklands. Roslyn brings her haunting tales to the stage with music, puppetry and movement, to draw the audience into a world of familiar strangeness and to wonder at the waters around.



When:   Thursday 18 December, 
               Theatre Doors open 5.30pm for 6pm start
Where:  The Library at The Dock HERE

Words on the Wind is a series of free storytelling shows at the new Library at the Dock, running from July through to December 2014.

 ENQUIRIES CONTACT: 
Anne E Stewart on 0408 550 945 or email anne@anneestewart.com.au
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WORKSHOP
Beyond Rhyme Time: Storytelling for Adolescents to Adults with Clare Coburn

THURSDAY 4 December FREE
There are still a few places. 

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL as we would like to offer you afternoon tea!

Details HERE
           

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