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Wed 1 Oct 2014, 10:30am–11:30am
Thu 2 Oct 2014, 10:30am–11:30am

Where: Theatre Works, 14 Acland Street, St Kilda East, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General Admission: $20.00
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St. Kilda Talks Back is a playful, energetic and engaging story-telling tour of classic St. Kilda landmarks.

Barking Spider Visual Theatre artists Rachel Edward and Penelope Bartlau lead a St. Kilda adventure, engaging you in storytelling based on architecture and history along the way. Kids will contibute to the stories: Imagination is a must!

St. Kilda Talks Back is presented by Barking Spider Visual Theatre. The company is well-known for its works with and for children, including productions such as Short Pants No Holes and Dispatch, and The Memorandium produced at Theatre Works in 2012.

St. Kilda Talks Back is a workout for the legs and the imagination:

Suitable for families with primary-aged children. All young people must be accompanied by adults.

The walking performance lasts for approximately one-hour: please bring umbrellas and rain-coats – we go! Rain or shine!

30 places available in total per show.

Established in 2006, Barking Spider Visual Theatre is a Melbourne based company that specialises in creative interpretation of stories, sites, collections and objects. The company develops, creates and produces works across many platforms using a broad variety of art forms including puppetry, poetry, percussion, art installation, sound design and live performance, film and animation. We work in museums and create site -specific work, with communities and schools, for festivals and in theatres. We present for a general audiences, and have target audiences of young people and families.

St Kilda Talks Back is part of Kaleidoscope - a micro festival of performance and participatory experiences for under 12s.

Kaleidoscope has been supported through the City of Port Phillip's Cultural Development Fund and the Besen Foundation.