The Hearth is a place where people come together to hear stories and talk with one another. We warmly invite you to gather around, settle in with a drink or two, and enjoy a night of readings.
A handpicked mix of local creative thinkers, writers, and performers share thought-provoking readings and offer a brief discussion on their writing process. Then it’s over to you, as we invite our audience to engage with our readers by asking questions and responding to their work. All this in a relaxed environment that features good beers, live tunes and the potential to make some new and excellent friends.
Come and sit with us at The Hearth, we’d love to meet you!
Come along to the next night of readings, a special Hearth event in partnership with the Australasian Association of Writing Programs, for their 22nd Annual Conference.
The theme of this special Hearth event is:
—What’s Lost, What Lingers—
The event will feature writers who are part of the AAWP conference and will be open to the public to come along, have a drink and enjoy some readings on the theme of ‘What’s Lost, What Lingers!’
Wednesday the 29th of November
6.30pm at The Wheatsheaf Hotel (139, George St, Thebarton).
Doors at 6.30pm.
(FREE entry for AAWP delegates – show your conference name tag at the door)
We are looking for readers for future Hearth events and we invite you to get in touch if there’s something you’d like to read. We welcome artists, writers, thinkers, performers, activists, or anyone with something interesting to say and a way with words and ideas. If you’d like to read at an upcoming Hearth night, please send us an email at email@example.com and we can talk about if and where you might fit in the upcoming schedule. We look forward to hearing from you!