Canning: Libraries are Loud looks to smash stereotypes about what a library can be

Amber Fresh and Nick Allbrook.
Amber Fresh and Nick Allbrook.

CANNING libraries looked to smash stereotypes with its Libraries are Loud series this month – the last of which is on Thursday.

The Libraries are Loud evening sessions have included live music, song-writing and drama improvisation at three local libraries.

Lyric writing and jamming is the final instalment of the four-week series, with Nicholas Allbrook from Pond and Tame Impala bringing his talents to Bentley Library on Thursday, February 22, from 5pm to 7pm.

Amber Fresh from Rabbit Island will also facilitate the workshop.

“Libraries are Loud presents an exciting opportunity for us to build a progressive and vibrant council with a flourishing arts and culture scene,” Mayor Paul Ng said.

Free tickets can be booked by visiting bit.ly/librariesareloud.

MORE: Rockingham security firm Sureguard Security fined for underpaying workers

MORE: Nowergup limestone company fined for having hazardous workplace

MORE: Utility left hanging precariously