Remember what it was like to listen to a great story? Lying in bed, sitting around a camp fire, curled up on a sofa or lazing on the beach while someone read exciting, spooky or funny stories that ignited the imagination?
Lit Live is a new way to enjoy short stories, read to you by great storytellers.
Sharing stories is the universal way to make sense of our lives; they affirm who we are, cross time and cultural barriers, allow us to enjoy similarities and understand differences.
This month's theme is Crossing the Line, with stories including a classic by Henry Lawson, an excerpt from Perth author Carrie Cox's new novel, 'Afternoons with Harvey Beam,' a story from the Margaret River Press collection, and an English thriller!
Lit Live: Crossing the Line will include performances from Thomas Papathanassiou, Greg McNeill and Sarah McNeill.
Please note that concession ticket holders are required to present a valid concession card upon entry and may be refused access to the event if they fail to do so.
*Due to construction, we do not currently have proper toilet facilities. A replacement portaloo is on the premises.*
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