SPUN: True Stories Told in the Territory

Date
Friday, 30 November, 5:30pm - 8:30pm

Event Details

  • Date
    Friday, 30 November, 5:30pm - 8:30pm
  • Location
    Northern Territory Library
  • Cost
    $32.50
Four men standing on top a mountain holding a protest sign that reads "Gwala Daraniki" meaning "Our Land"
Description

SPUN: True Stories Told in the Territory returns to the Library to delve into stories of Rebellion

The live story telling event that showcases extraordinary people and their stories returns to the Library after almost two years to explore a theme that falls on the 100th anniversary of the "Darwin Rebellion". 

SPUN is a live storytelling event showcasing some of the extraordinary people and their stories that make up the Northern Territory. Popping up at different venues around Darwin every three months, SPUN brings people from all walks of life together to share stories under a theme. 

Doors open at 5:30pm with the event commencing at 6:30pm. Come early to wander through the Library's new exhibition A Territory Story

Image credit: Gwalwa Daraniki "Our Land", 1972
Northern Territory Library, WB Day Collection In the early 1970s, the Larrakia peple of the Darwin region and their supporters begin a direct action campaign for Land Rights.