From the people who brought you Confession Booth and Tod Talks…
LIFE LINES: Biography By Oratory
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.
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/