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Queerstories (Maeve Marsden) [Wodonga, VIC]




Queerstories (Maeve Marsden) [Wodonga, VIC]

Ticketing Information

AUSLAN-INTERPRETED SHOW


Date/Time:

Thursday September 27, 2018 - 7:30 PM

Location:

Hume Bank Butter Factory Theatre
Gateway Island Lincoln Causeway
Wodonga, VIC 3690
Australia

Tickets:

Interpreter:

Adrian Priem & Lisa Dryden

Language/ Cultural Consultant:

Website:

https://www.hothousetheatre.com.au/portfolio-item/queerstories/



About the Show

Queerstories
Presented by Maeve Marsden and HotHouse Theatre, in partnership with ACON

Duration approximately 2 hours including interval.

Enter the raucous, radical, wildly funny world of Queerstories and enjoy an unexpected tale or two from a diverse line-up of stars and strangers.

Winner Best Spoken Word Sydney Fringe 2016, and fast becoming an institution in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, this critically acclaimed sell-out LGBTQI+ storytelling night is coming to Albury-Wodonga for one night only.

The LGBTQI+ community has been sharing stories for centuries, creating histories, disrupting conventional ideas about family, love and community. There’s more to being queer than coming out and getting married!

Join some of Australia’s best storytellers for an evening of reflections on lives well lived and battles fought, pride, prejudice, love and humour. The night will also launch the new Queerstories book, published by Hachette Australia and edited by host and curator Maeve Marsden.

Stories are shared on the Queerstories podcast, described by QNews Magazine as “a breath of fresh air in the saturated Australian market of podcast variety.”

Auslan interpreted.

Maeve Marsden is a writer, producer and performer working across theatre, comedy, cabaret, live music and storytelling. Her work has appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald, The Guardian, Junkee, Daily Review, Archer Magazine and Audrey Journal, and she has performed at festivals such as Sydney Festival, Melbourne Comedy Festival, Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Edinburgh Fringe and more. In 2018, she edited at the ABC’s Sydney Mardi Gras 40th Anniversary Magazine. Raised by lesbian mothers and passionate about diverse families, she has appeared on ABC documentary Growing Up Gayby and consulted for the critically acclaimed feature documentary, Gayby Baby.