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Term Four for Fairy Poppilna's Story School resumes on Tuesday 7th October.

$10 per class per child.

Bookings essential.


Kings Cross Festival - Chefs & Books

Sunday 12 October 11am - 1:30pm

Come along and meet some incredible chefs when they join us for The Kings Cross Festival.  Mike McEnearney, Adam, Liaw, Dan Hong and Damien Pignolet will be signing copies of their books and talking at our stall.

The times for each of the chefs are as follows.

11:00am - Mike McEnearney

11:30am - Dan Hong

12:00pm - Damien Pignolet

1:00pm   - Adam Liaw



Annabel Crabb in conversation with Richard Glover about The Wife Drought

Wednesday 15 October 6.30pm, Institute of Architects, 3 Manning Street, Potts Point

$15 per person.  Bookings essential.  Book via Eventbrite or call 9331 6642

Join us when Australia's favourite journalists talk about why women need wives and men need lives.

"I need a wife".  It's a common joke amongst women juggling work and family, but it's a joke that's wearing thin.  But then, why is the work and family debate always about women?  Why don't men get the same flexibility that women do?  

The Wife Drought is a call for a ceasefire in the gender wars and a thoughtful, engaging catalyst for a conversation that's long overdue.

Don't miss Annabel and Richard talking about these issues and Annabel's intriguing research about the attitudes that pulse beneath the surface of egalitarian Australia.


Dee Nolan and A Food Lover's Pilgrimage to France

Tuesday 28 October 6.30pm, Potts Point Bookshop

FREE EVENT but bookings essential.  Book via Eventbrite or call 9331 6642

Join us when Dee Nolan, author of A Food Lover's Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela and now A Food Lover's Pilgrimage to France, shares her culinary and cultural adventures from her journey tracing the footsteps of the early French pilgrims who travelled to Santiage de Compostela.  From the vineyards of Burgundy to the mountains of the Basque country, Dee tells us all about he food, wine and history of the French pilgrim paths.

Don't miss this opportunity to find out more about this very special part of the world.


Authors Up The Cross - The Youngs: The Brothers Who Built AC/DC

Jesse Fink in conversation with Jane Gazzo with special guest Tony Currenti

Tuesday 18 November 6:30pm, Kings Cross Library, 1/50-52 Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross

FREE EVENT but bookings essential.  Book via Eventbrite or call 9246 4530

It's going to be a high voltage evening in Kings Cross when music broadcaster, Jane Gazzo talks to Jesse Fink about his most recent book, The Youngs: The Brothers Who Built AC/DC.

Coming along for the ride is Tony Currenti, the drummer on High Voltage, which will be celebrating it's 40th anniversary next year.  Tony will NOT be bringing his drumkit, but will be talking to Jesse and Jane and taking questions from the audience.

Find out more about the band built by three brothers, George, Malcolm and Angus Young - and about the people who prospered and those who got left by the wayside in the band's rise to the top.'

Jesse Fink spoke to a number of musicians and important figures when writing this book and he will be sharing their stories about AC/DC's special brand of music magic with us.