Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids: Halifax


Travel back in time to remember the good, bad, and awkward parts of growing up. Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids is a live, open-mic storytelling event where courageous adults share their childhood and teenage writing on stage. Embarassing diary entries, angsty teenage poetry, bizarre short stories, letters from camp, and much more.

Sign up in advance to read your own kid writing, or join the audience to be part of the fun.

When: Sunday, July 7, 2019
Where: The Carleton (1685 Argyle Street)

Evening (8:00) show

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All tickets are general admission. No assigned seating. Doors open 30 minutes before showtime.

The material presented at GRTTWaK was originally written by kids. Some kid writing includes cuss words, and may acknowledge the existence of sex, drugs, or other mature themes.

For preferred seating, we recommend dinner reservations, which you can make directly with The Carleton online here.

Minors accompanied by parents or legal guardians are allowed in the room until 9 PM. The event will run until ~10:15 PM, so it’s effectively 19+.