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.
Philip Brophy is a respected academic, filmmaker, writer and musician. He writes for Frieze, The Wire, Film Comment, and Real Time. After a series of Super 8 shorts with Tsk-Tsk-Tsk in the early ‘80s, and the experimental short feature Salt, Saliva, Sperm & Sweat in 1988, P... Read more
Jen Cloher is one of Australia’s premiere songwriters. After graduating from acting at NIDA, Jen decided to pursue a career in music. Her first album Dead Wood Falls was nominated for an ARIA for Best Female Artist. Her second album Hidden Hands was named as one of the top ten releases of 2009 by ... Read more
Virginia Gay graduated WAAPA, then spent four years pretending to be a nurse on All Saints, six months pretending to be cop on Savage River (ABC), and then five years on Winners & Losers, where she pretended to know a lot about high finance. That last one, particularly, was a stretch. She won a ... Read more
Zoë Coombs Marr is a performer, writer, artist and comedian. She grew up in Grafton, where she and her best friend staged a musical instead of going to schoolies week. Zoë has performed stand up comedy extensively in Australia, London and New York. Her solo show, Trigger Warning, won the 2016 Me... Read more
Nick Coyle is a writer and theatre-maker who lives in Sydney.
Nick’s plays include Rommy, Hammerhead (is dead), and Kittenbone Bridge. He is one third of the theatre troupe Pig Island, whose shows include Simply Fancy and The Glass Boat.
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