Black Liver presents Tall Tales for Big Kids
Black Liver presents Tall Tales for Big KidsBlack Liver presents Tall Tales for Big Kids

Comedy duo, Black Liver. Ruth is on the left, laughing and Keith is on the right biting into a book about the Beatles.

Musical comedy duo Black Liver deliver a gaggle of fables, yarns and stories for grown ups.

Expect shaggy dog sagas, romantic recitals and trippy tragedies as Ruth and Keith serenade you in their unique style. Combining comedy, music, poetry and literature, there’s something for everyone…provided you have a taste for the odd and unworldly. Come join them in the library for story time for grown ups!

Age restriction: 12+ only

No need to book, just turn up!

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Black Liver presents Tall Tales for Big Kids

Date: 11th Jul, 2024
Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm

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