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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