“Stories to Tell in the Middle of the Night is something new, a collection of ideas, a stack of stories, odd, familiar, funny, true and stolen. Stories that I’ve been writing on and off for years. Stories that follow the pattern of a sleepless night. Finding a way for those stories to tell larger themes. I’ve looked into sleeplessness, anxieties, patterns and social statistics. I’ve looked into what keeps us awake, what makes us lonely, how we now connect (technology). I’ve looked at numbness to violent images, narcissism, the reflection of ourselves online.” (Francesca Millican-Slater).
Join us for a series of storytelling events at Halifax Central Library on Saturday afternoons throughout October. Explore the idea of home and connection through a celebration of stories, language, love and library books.
For more information, see: Central Library Events leaflet [PDF 672KB] .
Tickets available from Square Chapel Centre for the Arts .
Please note: This production contains some mild swearing and sexual references: Age Recommendation 16+