Hearing Things: The Ghosts of The Substation
Celebrating The Substation's 25th anniversary
An audio tour of the building voiced by storyteller Kamini Ramachandran
|Date:||4 – 9 Sep 2015|
7pm, 8pm, 9pm, 10pm & 11pm
45 Armenian Street
The Substation building dates back to 1926, when it was first used as a power substation by the Public Utilities Board. It ended its operations in the 1970s, and was only revived as an arts centre in 1990.
This nocturnal audio tour will take you through the secrets of The Substation building, intertwining anecdotes from visitors, artists, and staff with history, mystery and a spoonful of fiction. Explore areas of the building that have never been open to the public, including the basement, backstage, and secret landings.
Voiced by Storyteller Kamini Ramachandran
Compiled by Tania De Rozario
Audio by Terence Lau
Tours will run daily from 4 to 9 September, and tickets are limited.
Admission: $17 / $14 (concession)
This event is part of Septfest 2015: 25 years of The Substation.
For more information on our Septfest events, visit www.substation.org/septfest