From the people who brought you Confession Booth and Tod Talks…LIFE LINES: Biography By Oratory
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In the tradition of spending a long time reading about people on Wikipedia, or being grossed out by how interested your Grandma is in the obituary section of the newspaper, comes LIFE LINES, a night of life stories from Sydney’s favourite creatives.
From birth to death, writers, comedians, musicians and designers will chart the life stories of the rich, the famous, the inspirational and the overlooked. Listen, learn, laugh, leap, love, lie, lube, leopard. Life Lines. This Is Someone Else’s Life.With Kate Jinx, Andrew P.Street, Aden Zolfe, Shag, Kitiya Palaskas and hosted by Matt Roden.Wednesday the 5th of December, from 7:30 pm.Top floor of the World Bar, Kings Cross.Get in early to get a seat! With Real Life Facts Quiz free drinks opportunities!Kate Jinx is an artist, broadcaster, and one of Sydney’s best film critics, best known for her weekly film programme on FBi Radio, Too Much, where she explores the best the world of celluloid has to offer through her insightful and considered reviews and fascinating interviews.http://www.katejinx.com/blog/Andrew P Street is Contributing Editor for Time Out and a regular contributor to TheVine, Rolling Stone, Fasterlouder, Mess+Noise, Daily Life, Blunt and anyone else that will willingly exchange money for words. He’s also a regular on Dom Knight’s show on ABC 702, and occasionally plays music and does stand up comedy around the country. He doesn’t sleep all that often, which you can tell just by looking at him. http://www.andrew-p-street.com/Aden Rolfe is a writer and editor. He’s had radioplays broadcast on ABC Radio National and poetry published in Best Australian Poems 2011. He was recently featured in Overland’s Emerging Poets Series.www.adenrolfe.comShag has been a presenter on FBi Radio for the last eight years, and has worked as a copywriter in an ad agency for the past four. He’s a born-again dog person. http://www.fbiradio.com/program/friday-arvo/Kitiya Palaskas is a craft-based designer and artist based in Sydney, Australia. She moonlights as a creative workshop tutor on her Craft Bike, is Etsy team captain, and a maker of anything tactile and fun. You can often find her behind a sewing machine, buried under piles of textas, stickers and paper scraps, and/or frantically bedazzling anything in sight. http://kitiyapalaskas.com/

From the people who brought you Confession Booth and Tod Talks…

LIFE LINES: Biography By Oratory

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In the tradition of spending a long time reading about people on Wikipedia, or being grossed out by how interested your Grandma is in the obituary section of the newspaper, comes LIFE LINES, a night of life stories from Sydney’s favourite creatives.

From birth to death, writers, comedians, musicians and designers will chart the life stories of the rich, the famous, the inspirational and the overlooked. Listen, learn, laugh, leap, love, lie, lube, leopard. Life Lines. This Is Someone Else’s Life.

With Kate Jinx, Andrew P.Street, Aden Zolfe, Shag, Kitiya Palaskas and hosted by Matt Roden.
Wednesday the 5th of December, from 7:30 pm.
Top floor of the World Bar, Kings Cross.
Get in early to get a seat! With Real Life Facts Quiz free drinks opportunities!

Kate Jinx is an artist, broadcaster, and one of Sydney’s best film critics, best known for her weekly film programme on FBi Radio, Too Much, where she explores the best the world of celluloid has to offer through her insightful and considered reviews and fascinating interviews.http://www.katejinx.com/blog/

Andrew P Street is Contributing Editor for Time Out and a regular contributor to TheVine, Rolling Stone, Fasterlouder, Mess+Noise, Daily Life, Blunt and anyone else that will willingly exchange money for words. He’s also a regular on Dom Knight’s show on ABC 702, and occasionally plays music and does stand up comedy around the country. He doesn’t sleep all that often, which you can tell just by looking at him. http://www.andrew-p-street.com/

Aden Rolfe is a writer and editor. He’s had radioplays broadcast on ABC Radio National and poetry published in Best Australian Poems 2011. He was recently featured in Overland’s Emerging Poets Series.www.adenrolfe.com

Shag has been a presenter on FBi Radio for the last eight years, and has worked as a copywriter in an ad agency for the past four. He’s a born-again dog person. http://www.fbiradio.com/program/friday-arvo/

Kitiya Palaskas is a craft-based designer and artist based in Sydney, Australia. She moonlights as a creative workshop tutor on her Craft Bike, is Etsy team captain, and a maker of anything tactile and fun. You can often find her behind a sewing machine, buried under piles of textas, stickers and paper scraps, and/or frantically bedazzling anything in sight. http://kitiyapalaskas.com/

We’re giving away these limited edition prints tomorrow night at the Twin Peaks cocktail party… Come early, come well dressed, and you might just be able to grab one.

Brendan Maclean will be DJing from 8, Jugu live from 10, cherry pie cocktail specials, donuts, dancing and more. Hopefully no murders or evil spirits? But no guarantees on that one…

Jump over to Facebook and click attending to get on the guestlist!

Because what else to do with a room full of red curtains and eldritch  decorations but host a Twin Peaks cocktail party. We’ll be drinking  cherry pie cocktails, snacking on some G D fine donuts, grooving to the  chintzy selections of DJ Brendan Maclean (JJJ) and swooning to… synthesizer chanteuse Jugu. Come join us for an evening of kitschy, kooky, spacey, spooky, all-American small town gothic soap and strangeness, all in the World Bar’s little nook of noirish tendencies the Apothecary. Prizes for those who arrive in costume, and stick around for a little love from Mum.http://www.triplejunearthed.com/Jugu
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Because what else to do with a room full of red curtains and eldritch decorations but host a Twin Peaks cocktail party. We’ll be drinking cherry pie cocktails, snacking on some G D fine donuts, grooving to the chintzy selections of DJ Brendan Maclean (JJJ) and swooning to synthesizer chanteuse Jugu.

Come join us for an evening of kitschy, kooky, spacey, spooky, all-American small town gothic soap and strangeness, all in the World Bar’s little nook of noirish tendencies the Apothecary.

Prizes for those who arrive in costume, and stick around for a little love from Mum.

http://www.triplejunearthed.com/
Jugu

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Oh yeah - we have this on tomorrow night…
We’ve all got a few dirty secrets in our past, a couple of skeletons in  our closet. On Feb 22nd, some of Sydney’s most witty and winsome will be  sharing their confessions with you! Here’s our line up for the first  CONFESSION BOOTH… RHYS MULDOON, NATHAN HARRISON, NADINE… VON COHEN,  MATT BANHAM, SYMONNE TORPY, DARRYN KING and hosted by A.H. CAYLEY RHYS MULDOON is an actor, writer, director and musician. He is a  stalwart figure in Australian film, theatre and television, and his  first children’s album, ‘I’m Not Singing’, recently debuted at number  one on the iTunes kids charts. http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/music/rhys-muldoon-20110922-1kls6.htmlhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTa_MP37UZY NATHAN HARRISON is part of the exciting performing arts ensemble  Applespiel, which was recently nominated for Best Collective in FBi’s  SMAC Awards. http://applespiel.com/ NADINE VON COHEN is a columnist for The Vine, and is infamous for her  hilarious, capitalised, shouty Twitter feed. Can we get a FUCK YEAH?http://twitter.com/nadinevoncohen MATT BANHAM is best known as the frontman of No Through Road, and for  his online video series, ‘Matt Banham’s Jokes’. His new band, The  Dreamboats, have just finished recording their first album.http://www.youtube.com/user/mattbanham SYMONNE TORPY is an emerging Sydney writer. She pens the beautiful  People Collector blog, a series of poignant and sharp vignettes inspired  by those she meets in her travels. http://thepeoplecollector.wordpress.com/ DARRYN KING is a writer, arts and theatre editor at Time Out Sydney and  Penguin Plays Rough alumnus. His recent feature, ‘So I Tried To Steal A  Banksy’ is marvelous.http://twitter.com/DarrynKinghttp://www.au.timeout.com/melbourne/art/features/1018/so-i-tried-to-steal-a-banksy Hosted by: A.H. CAYLEY is the chief sub-editor of PAN Magazine and a presenter on FBi Radio. www.ahcayley.com So come along and share your sins!

Oh yeah - we have this on tomorrow night…

We’ve all got a few dirty secrets in our past, a couple of skeletons in our closet. On Feb 22nd, some of Sydney’s most witty and winsome will be sharing their confessions with you! Here’s our line up for the first CONFESSION BOOTH…

RHYS MULDOON, NATHAN HARRISON, NADINE VON COHEN,
MATT BANHAM, SYMONNE TORPY, DARRYN KING and hosted by A.H. CAYLEY

RHYS MULDOON is an actor, writer, director and musician. He is a stalwart figure in Australian film, theatre and television, and his first children’s album, ‘I’m Not Singing’, recently debuted at number one on the iTunes kids charts.
http://www.smh.com.au/
entertainment/music/rhys-muldoon-20110922-1kls6.html
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTa_MP37UZY

NATHAN HARRISON is part of the exciting performing arts ensemble Applespiel, which was recently nominated for Best Collective in FBi’s SMAC Awards.
http://applespiel.com/

NADINE VON COHEN is a columnist for The Vine, and is infamous for her hilarious, capitalised, shouty Twitter feed. Can we get a FUCK YEAH?
http://twitter.com/nadinevoncohen

MATT BANHAM is best known as the frontman of No Through Road, and for his online video series, ‘Matt Banham’s Jokes’. His new band, The Dreamboats, have just finished recording their first album.
http://www.youtube.com/user/mattbanham

SYMONNE TORPY is an emerging Sydney writer. She pens the beautiful People Collector blog, a series of poignant and sharp vignettes inspired by those she meets in her travels.
http://thepeoplecollector.wordpress.com/

DARRYN KING is a writer, arts and theatre editor at Time Out Sydney and Penguin Plays Rough alumnus. His recent feature, ‘So I Tried To Steal A Banksy’ is marvelous.
http://twitter.com/DarrynKing
http://www.au.timeout.com/melbourne/art/features/1018/so-i-tried-to-steal-a-banksy

Hosted by: A.H. CAYLEY is the chief sub-editor of PAN Magazine and a presenter on FBi Radio.
www.ahcayley.com

So come along and share your sins!

Thanks to everyone who came along to our Bike Babes party the other week! We had a ball, ate a BBQ, saw some bikes, watched Bloods, bbbbbbb! Thanks to Bike Babes for thinking of us for their bash… can’t wait to do something with them again soon.

BIKE BABES

Attention all Bike Babes! The Wall and the BB crew have teamed  up to bring you an extra special edition of our weekly ride! And if you  haven’t taken a ride with the Bike Babes yet, you’re more than welcome  to join the party. Meet at 6:50 at Taylor Square and cruise the streets with the Bike  Babes crew before heading to World Bar in Kings Cross for a super fun  bike  themed indoor fete! JOIN US FOR: * BBQ treats and tasty beverages * DJ sets from our good mates Bobby Six and Heidi Pett * Cycle-friendly clothing to try and buy from Kiss My Button Vintage * Bike-themed prizes to be won * A mini exhibition of customised bike helmets by some amazing girl  designers. The helmets will be for sale, with proceeds going to the  Sydney chapter of Bikes For Humanity.  Hope to see ALL you legends there, and tell your friends to roll with us too! xxx P.S. If we’re rained out or you can’t make the ride, don’t worry, we’ll still be partying at World Bar afterwards! 
FIND OUT MORE ABOUT BIKE BABES HERE!

Attention all Bike Babes!

The Wall and the BB crew have teamed up to bring you an extra special edition of our weekly ride! And if you haven’t taken a ride with the Bike Babes yet, you’re more than welcome to join the party.

Meet at 6:50 at Taylor Square and cruise the streets with the Bike Babes crew before heading to World Bar in Kings Cross for a super fun bike themed indoor fete!

JOIN US FOR:
* BBQ treats and tasty beverages
* DJ sets from our good mates Bobby Six and Heidi Pett
* Cycle-friendly clothing to try and buy from Kiss My Button Vintage
* Bike-themed prizes to be won
* A mini exhibition of customised bike helmets by some amazing girl designers. The helmets will be for sale, with proceeds going to the Sydney chapter of Bikes For Humanity.

Hope to see ALL you legends there, and tell your friends to roll with us too!

xxx

P.S. If we’re rained out or you can’t make the ride, don’t worry, we’ll still be partying at World Bar afterwards!

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT BIKE BABES HERE!


We had such a huge response to the Tintin cross over covers earlier in the week that we thought we’d get into the game too. Here’s our upcoming party, Tintin-ised!
Facebook deets here - but for those who choose not to click through - 25th Jan, from 7:30pm at The World Bar, Sydney. We’ll be launching a little limited edition novella, with chapters by some incredible young writers, all in the vein of globetrotting adventure!

We had such a huge response to the Tintin cross over covers earlier in the week that we thought we’d get into the game too. Here’s our upcoming party, Tintin-ised!

Facebook deets here - but for those who choose not to click through - 25th Jan, from 7:30pm at The World Bar, Sydney. We’ll be launching a little limited edition novella, with chapters by some incredible young writers, all in the vein of globetrotting adventure!

More in our cross-country adventurers  - today it’s James Bond and his lovely ladies. These covers by Michael Gillette are just the kind of throw-back 60’s swing and shuffle we’ll be hosting on Jan the 25th. See you there!

Where in the World? - January 25th at The World Bar

Sweet Tintin mashups from geeky illustrator Dan Hipp. Check him out here!

We’ll be celebrating such adventures at our upcoming party in a couple of weeks - if you’re in Sydney come on down…Here’s the facebook.

More globetrotting inspiration coming all week.

A NIGHT OF GLOBETROTTING, JITTERBUGGING & INTERNATIONAL INTRIGUE!
 Let’s celebrate this burst of Summer with a party of planetary  proportions - come play with the men of mystery and femme fatales at The  Wall’s next cocktail bash. Tunes provided by global gadabout Brendan …Maclean. MUSIC, FOOD, DANCING AND DRINK We’ll be launching a limited edition adventure novella from the  combined writing talents of Pip Smith (Pengiun Plays Rough), Harry  Wynter (das SUPERPAPER), Nadine Von Cohen, Alice Fenton (Even Books),  A.H. Cayley (P.A.N. Magazine) and more. 
COSTUMES ENCOURAGED, ADVENTURE GUARANTEED!

A NIGHT OF GLOBETROTTING, JITTERBUGGING & INTERNATIONAL INTRIGUE!


Let’s celebrate this burst of Summer with a party of planetary proportions - come play with the men of mystery and femme fatales at The Wall’s next cocktail bash. Tunes provided by global gadabout Brendan Maclean.

MUSIC, FOOD, DANCING AND DRINK

We’ll be launching a limited edition adventure novella from the combined writing talents of Pip Smith (Pengiun Plays Rough), Harry Wynter (das SUPERPAPER), Nadine Von Cohen, Alice Fenton (Even Books), A.H. Cayley (P.A.N. Magazine) and more.

COSTUMES ENCOURAGED, ADVENTURE GUARANTEED!


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