Knowing Your Neighbours

Knowing Your Neighbours is a short interview series with some of the Centre for Stories’ lovely neighbours. Join us as we deep dive into their passions and explore their life lessons.

These interviews were collected by Matilda Broomhall from The Kingsley Montessori School, as part of her work experience placement.

"We first started working in Northbridge about four and a half years ago. We work really strange hours, so it's nice to feel like something's still going on."
"I think it's good to have the traditional food back into circulation in the city. It's very authentic and genuine, like when you look at it you say, 'oh, it's good, I would like to have this'."
"I'd always been as a journalist, a truth seeker. That's what's important, and you can only take so much crap from liars for so long."
Cartoon image of a desk. On the desk is a large Macintosh computer, a lamp, a pair of headphones connected to a mobile phone, a Rubik's Cube, a pair of black reading glasses, a notebook and pen, a vintage camera, two books, and a lamp.
Nov
12
Do you struggle to carve out distraction free writing time? Are you looking for a safe group environment to work on your writing? Would you like to meet other writers in your community? Then this group is for you! Book Online
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Nov
5
Join Sean Cowan for this 90-minute tour of Northbridge’s most notorious crime spots of yesteryear. Book Online
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Nov
7
An evening of commentary and readings reflecting on Zimbabwe's present and future trajectories, focusing on the role of the arts in the ongoing struggle to realise the fruits of independence. Book Online
Graphic image of a man with black reading glasses sitting at a desk and writing on a notebook. Pink and red mountain ranges are behind him on the horizon.
Nov
19
Poetry Workshop is a safe and dynamic space where you can craft your poetry and offer feedback to other poets. Hosted by Siobhan Hodge. Book Online
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