Where to find us at Melbourne Writers Festival

Come and visit Danny Katz and Tony Thompson at the Melbourne Writers Festival this year!

katz_dannyAt the Melbourne Writers Festival you have two chances to see Danny Katz.
On Tuesday August 25 join Danny and Andy Griffiths as they talk about the ingredients of good comedy and just what makes them are so funny!
What’s So Funny
Where: BMW Edge Theatre, Federation Square
When: Tuesday August 25 11.15am to 12 noon
And if one session with Danny isn’t enough you can see him again on Wednesday August 26
A Little Lunch with Danny Katz
Where: ArtPlay, Federation Square
When: Wednesday August 26 11.15am to 12 noon
For more information or to purchase tickets visit the Festivals website at http://www.mwf.com.au

thompson_tonyTony Thompson will be doing three events at the Melbourne Writers Festival this year – not bad for a guy who has just released his first book Shakespeare: The Most Famous Man in London
On Monday August 24, Tony and Andy Griffiths will discuss what Shakespeare means to them and the interesting things that Tony uncovered during his research into the seedy world of William Shakespeare.
Shakespeare’s World
Where:BMW Edge Theatre, Federation Square
When: Monday 24 August; 12.30pm – 1.15pm
On Tuesday August 25, Tony and Julia Lawrinson will discuss how history can be used to enrich today’s stories.
Harnessing History
Where:ACMI 1, Federation Square
When: Tuesday 25 August; 12.30pm – 1.15pm
AND On Wednesday August 26, Tony will be discussing the world of Shakespeare and how the events and people that surrounded him shaped and influenced him as a writer and a man.
In Shakespeare’s Time
Where: Festival Club, Federation Square
When: Wednesday 26 August; 10.00am – 10.45am
To find out more or to book tickets visit the festival website at www.mwf.com.au

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One Response to Where to find us at Melbourne Writers Festival

  1. Mike says:

    Tony Thompson has special powers: talks about Shakespeare and young people listen. And laugh. And (yikes) learn. He’s cool.

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