Food for Thought is a monthly dinner that hopes to raise funds to support detained or recently settled asylum seekers through the celebration of food, culture and the sharing of stories. Every last Thursday of the month a new community will come together and cook for 40 guests in a welcoming, comfortable and friendly environment.
Are you ready to kick writing's butt? Or do you want to catch up with literary folk in a place with good coffee? Well, you can do both at #WriteHere February.
Join Laurie Steed at our monthly Short Story Book Club for people who read and write short stories, as well as those who simply revel in the written word.
Join us for our first ever Children's Book Club. This event hopes to provide a fun, creative space for parents and children to meet and interact. Bring your little ones and come along for an afternoon of listening, telling and creating stories.
Everyone, Every day, are creating the stories of their lives. Piece by piece, connecting with others, relaying information, anecdotes and experiences. This is the story of 100 Aberdeen Street. The home of the Centre for Stories.