Little Fictions On Air Ep 2 Conflict Zones

July 17, 2018By Bronwyn_MehanEpisodes, Shop

In this episode, Ella Watson-Russell presents four stories each with very different perspectives on the topic of war and violence. Actor Nicholas Starte performs Harry Kolotas’ ‘Wrath of Achilles’, Tim McGarry’s narration of Charles D’Anastasi’s ‘Broken House’ includes sound design by composer Thomas Ross, Ella narrates Amanda Berry’s ‘We That Are Left’ and Alex Williams … Read More

Little Fictions On Air Ep 1 Dire Straits

July 4, 2018By Bronwyn_MehanEpisodes

Each episode, our host, Ella Watson-Russell will be sharing thirty minutes worth of great stories, read by actors in our studio, or recorded at one of our live session venues. In this episode, called DIRE STRAITS, Ella presents three stories in which characters are faced with very contemporary moral dilemmas. These stories were all recorded … Read More

What You Might Find – a heady experience

June 5, 2018By Bronwyn_MehanTHE COLUMN

We are delighted to bring you the text in full of Cassandra Atherton’s speech at the launch of Richard Holt’s debut collection, What You Might Find at St Kilda Readings earlier this year. Richard’s reply to this wonderful launch speech was to perform a few songs based on stories from the collection on his newly-invented … Read More

Coffee Pod|cast Episode 4 now out

May 28, 2018By Bronwyn_MehanShop

In this episode, Emma has chosen ‘Well, Then’ written by Susan McCreery, read by Eleni Schumacher and recorded live at Little Fictions at Sydney’s Knox St Bar. Our presenters challenge you to find some sexual innuendos in this piece. Subscribe to the podcast here. Let us know what you think of ‘Well, Then’ by leaving … Read More

Coffee Pod|cast Episode 4 Well, Then

May 28, 2018By Bronwyn_MehanEpisodes

In this episode, Emma has chosen ‘Well, Then’ written by Susan McCreery, read by Eleni Schumacher and recorded live at Little Fictions at Sydney’s Knox St Bar. Our presenters challenge you to find some sexual innuendos in this piece. Let us know what you think of ‘Well, Then’ by leaving a comment on the Coffee … Read More