Tales at the Pallet Pavilion

In one of my previous blogs I told you about the Pallet Pavilion (see that post here), a Gap Filler project which was constructed on an empty site in Christchurch and opened in December 2012.

I learned from a colleague today (thanks, Sharon!) of a wonderful event coming up next weekend at the Pavilion, from Friday 5 through to Sunday 7 April, and thought I’d share some details of this fun event with you, just in case any of you felt like popping over/down/up to Christchurch for the weekend to join in 😉

Here’s a poster advertising the event:


And here’s some more information (further details will be added to the Facebook page (see link below) over the coming week – check it out for the programme):

Story Festival: Tales @ the Pallet Pavilion, Cnr Durham and Kilmore Streets

Starting Friday 5th April 6.30pm and events continuing through to Sunday 7th April

Come on down on Friday with a picnic and your favourite stories, poems, jokes and songs to share – or just come and listen. Doc Drumheller will be sharing his poetry and getting us rocking and chilling with his original songs and covers from some of the great storyteller musicians: Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, and more … Over the weekend there’ll be awesome performances by various local artists and you, too, can be part of sharing stories and creating collective stories with words and music. All ages and all experiences! Entry/participation by koha/donation. Wet weather venue: South Library, 66 Colombo Street. Check out http://www.facebook.com/TalesAtThePalletPavilion for programme details (you can view this even if you aren’t on Facebook).

So, will we see you there? 🙂

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