Hull Literature Festival 2001 8th - 18th November
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Monday 19th November

'The Stealer of Stories'

6.30pm - 7.45pm FREE
Childrens Library, Hull Central Library, Albion Street
For free ticket ring Childrens Library (01482) 210099

Hull Community Theatre presents:
'The Stealer of Stories'
for children aged 7 and over

What happens if a nasty character steals all the stories? A five part play based on traditional folk tales, including heroes, princesses, dragons, wicked stepmothers and many other fairytale characters.

Thursday Nov 22nd

7.30pm �3.50 (Conc �2.50)
Hull Screen, Hull Central Library,
Box Office (01482) 327600

African Visions at Hull Screen

Unsere Afrikareise (18)
Dir: Peter Kubelka (Austria) 1966 13'
A disturbing and complex look at a group of bourgeois Austrians on their 'Trip to Africa'

Daughters of the Dust (18)
Dir: Julie Dash (USA) 1991 113'
Set on an island in the south of the US, a family of African-Americans led by a group of women prepares to migrate north. Can the ancient African beliefs and ways of life that survived slavery days continue in an age of science and industry? A film of extraordinary visual power.

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