March Little Fictions was amazing, 60 people watched the usual fabulous performances from the actors. We said farewll to Cait Harris, she is going back to the States for a while, and we welcomed a new face, Ella Watson-Russell recently relocated from Darwin to Sydney.
April promises to be much the same. Is it difficult for people to watch entertaining shows at Little Fictions month after month? I keep saying their great, their amazing, and they always are, so if you have been to Litle Fictions before you know its good, and if you are thinking of coming along, you know you are in for an entertaining evening, not too late home, good food, wine, beer, cider. What more could you want, except knowing you are be going to be for a top knotch night for $5.00, and all proceeds go to the actors and Laura on the front desk, in recognition of their time and effort.
Come, join us, bask in the glow of short Australian literary pieces in a convivial atmosphere. Knox St bar, Sheperd St, Chippendale .KNOX+STREET+BAR/@-3
This is the line up:
Alex Williams reading Patrick Lenton's Ross Geller Man and Slade Quinn's Kurt and the Interview.
Tim McGarry is reading Mark O'Flynn's Loaded Dice and Sue McCreery's Lights.
Lauren Neill is reading Cameron Semmens' I Saw a Man Die and Jon Steiner's How to Install