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Big Gay Week

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at The Wheeler Centre

Erotic Fan Fiction: The GLBTI Edition

One of last year’s crowd favourites, the unstoppable cultural phenomenon that is Erotic Fan Fiction returns, with another adults-only night of fantastical tales where anything goes. This time, the Imperial Panda team asked writers they like to write a short piece of filth about a celebrity or fictional character, which they then read in public. Four writers turn their craft to a night of smut and hilarity that’s same-same but different.

This is a free event. Booking recommended.

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Who?

Portrait of Philip Brophy

Philip Brophy

Philip Brophy is a respected academic, filmmaker, writer and musician. He writes for FriezeThe WireFilm Comment, and Real Time.

Portrait of Jen Cloher

Jen Cloher

Jen Cloher is one of Australia’s premiere songwriters.

Portrait of Virginia Gay

Virginia Gay

Virginia Gay is a performer for stage and television.

Portrait of Zoë Coombs Marr

Zoë Coombs Marr

Zoë Coombs Marr is a performer, writer, artist and comedian. She is one-third of theatre company Post, whose work includes Oedipus Schmoedipus, presented at Belvoir for Sydney Festival 2014. The voice of ABC2, Zoe is a regular panel member on Dirty Laundry Live, and has also been seen on ABC’s The Chaser’s Media Circus, How Not To Behave, Backseat Drivers, and Live at Bella Union (SBS). Her breakout solo theatre/comedy work And That Was the Summer That Changed My Life was nominated for Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s Best Newcomer and awarded the Philip Parsons Young Playwright Award.

Portrait of Nick Coyle

Nick Coyle

Nick Coyle is a writer and theatre-maker who lives in Sydney.

Big Gay Week

At the Wheeler Centre we like to combine the celebratory with the cerebral. Between Midsumma and Mardi Gras, join us for the politics and the writing, the romance and the taboos, the agonies and the ecstasies of being queer.

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