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Hastings Midnight Run
9th November 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 10th November 2018 @ 12:00 am£10
Hastings Storytelling Festival presents
INUA ELLAMS’ HASTINGS MIDNIGHT RUN with Kit Caless
Gareth Rees – Hastings history and psychogeography workshop
Juliet Brando – Hastings comedian, graphic artist, leading an illustration workshop
Anna Page – Musician, teacher, singer songwriter, leading a music workshop
Kit Caless – Storytelling and Poetry
Otherworld – by Majik Door: Audio soundscapes in Alexandra Park
Either bring food or money to pay for a scheduled food stop at Xochipilli in Queens Road
Devised by artist, Inua Ellams, the Midnight Run has taken place in many towns, including Paris, Madrid, Berlin, London and Hastings Storytelling Festival 2016.
The Midnight Run is a walking, arts-filled, night-time cultural journey through urban spaces. It gathers strangers and local artists together to explore, play and create, whilst the city sleeps. The MNR aims to break down social barriers and provide a platform for established and emerging creatives, bringing moments of genuine interactive creativity.
Back for its second year, the Hastings Midnight Run will celebrate the town and it’s hidden, waterside spaces. Beginning at a secret location, Kit Caless will take you on a journey, guiding you through the lesser-known nooks and crannies of the town before ending in a hidden location at midnight.
Kit Caless is a co-founder, editor and publisher at Influx Press. He is passionate about producing alternative, respected and well-designed books that explore place and our relationship with space. Working as a freelance writer, Kit has had several short fiction and journalism pieces published in many places including Ambit, The Quietus, and the Huffington Post. Kit works as a freelance as a speaker and events coordinator, with specific focus on London literature. Find out more at: Influx Press
Come ready to explore, play and create. As always, in typical Midnight Run fashion, expect the unexpected and come to have fun.
Expect art, outdoor games, friendly strangers and a new perspective.
Wear comfortable walking shoes and come dressed for the weather. No latecomers please, we will leave at 6pm sharp.
6pm – Midnight
Starts at The Stade Open Space TN34 3FJ
End location tbc
Programme subject to change.