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Weird Adelaide: Stories and Readings

Tracy Crisp shares an evening of new work, stories inspired by her love of Barbara Hanrahan’s novels. In the intimate setting of Mrs Harris’ shop, the stories are an extension of the exhibition of prints coordinated by Simone Tippet and Vicki Reynolds. Bookings essential.

Presented by Mrs Harris’ Shop, Tracy Crisp


(BOOKED OUT) Thu 13 & Wed 19 May, 7.30pm (approx. 60 mins)


Mrs Harris' Shop, 36 Jervois St, Torrensville



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Tracy Crisp, 0474 655 106,


Bookings Essential Partial Wheelchair Access

Bookings essential
There is one step from the footpath up into the gallery. There will be enhanced program notes for people who are blind or have low vision.

Event capacity: 10


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