Last week our September exhibition: Heritage@Risk
presented by the National Trust opened. We're having a closing party for
it on the 30th, see below for details.
The first Festival of Unpopular Culture is approaching. We're doing stuff. More soon.
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Here's what's coming up at the reading room...
:: Thursday 8th September - Friday 30th September ::
Heritage @ Risk a National Trust exhibition featuring the State's 10 most 'at risk' heritage buildings.
:: Tuesday 13th September ::
Fancy an hour and a half of dance after work? Feel like clubbing at a respectable hour?
Every Tuesday till the end of September strictly dancing will be taking place from 6 - 7:30pm sharp at the reading room.
Guest DJs and dance floor.
No Talking. Just Dancing! All Welcome!
*entry gold coin donation
:: Wednesday 5th October ::
October meeting of the Feminist Reading Group :: 6:30 - 9:30
You know you're onto something good when you're reading something that
was banned- that's why this month we're reading Henrik Ibsen's classic
play 'A Doll's House'. The play was regarded as being so scandalous in
its portrayal of the breakdown of a marriage that not only was the
ending changed in some performances, but it was completely banned in
Britain. Come along and check out what all the fuss was about.
* note this event is associated with the Festival of Unpopular Culture
:: Tuesday 1st November ::
If you are interested in a) working in the arts or just b) listening to
people talk about working in the arts (inc Renew Adelaide front-man Dr
Ianto Ware, and keen supporter Christie Anthoney among others) the you
should come to this! Make sure you actually rsvp via the link on the facebook page...
See you soon at the reading room