Finally - the library's music performances are back. Inventi Ensemble will entertain library members and guests with its 1001 Nights program featuring Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade on Friday 14th May from 6pm.
The library has returned to full opening hours and services. If you still have library books that you borrowed in 2020 it is now easier than ever to return them.
Other members may be waiting to read overdue books so please pay us a visit and swap them for some new reads.
A work by the library's playwright-in-residence, Melissa Reeves, and directed by Susie Dee, will be staged in June as part of the Darebin Speakeasy, a year-round contemporary performing arts program.
Archimedes War is a dark comedy exploring the frightening depersonalisation of modern warfare, where waging war can look like a video game and playing video games has real-life consequences.
Performances are from June 9-19 at the Northcote Town Hall Arts Centre and bookings can be made through darebinarts.com.au
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