Doggies in the Library!

A couple of our wonderful authors are taking part in some very interesting public talks at the State Library of Victoria in the upcoming weeks.

Check out the details below or download the full programme of the Centre for Youth Literature by clicking on this link.

shakespeare Explore the world of Shakespeare with this outstanding panel (including our own Tony Thompson!)

Get to know Shakespeare old and new at this panel discussion 
Featuring Andy Griffiths (Just Macbeth), John Marsden (Hamlet) Tony Thompson, (Shakespeare: The Most Famous Man in London), plus Jenny Lovell, actor and Shakespeare director.
Date: Thurs 30 July
Time: 6.30–8.30pm (7pm start)
Venue: Village Roadshow Theatrette, State Library of Victoria
(Entry 3, La Trobe Street)
Bookings: 03 8664 7555 or learning@slv.vic.gov.au
Cost: Adults $15, students $7

in_the_shadow_of_the_palace Faraway Places – real and imagined journeys
With our own Judith Simpson (author of The Princess of Pushkar: In the Shadow of the Palace) and also featuring John Nicholson and John Danalis
All three authors will discuss the influence that journeys and travel have had on their lives and writing.
Time: 6pm–8.30pm (6.30 start; includes supper and drinks.)
Venue: Village Roadshow Theatrette, State Library of Victoria
(Entry 3, La Trobe Street)
Bookings: 03 8664 7555 or learning@slv.vic.gov.au
Cost: $30 (or by subscription to Booktalkers)

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One Response to Doggies in the Library!

  1. Very frustrated that I am too far away to attend these talks. Would love to hear Judith Simpson, John Nicholson and John Danalis.

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