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Erotic Fan Fiction

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Twilight without four books-worth of boring foreplay? Gay werewolf porn? The Hunger Games: Pants on Fire? The world of fan fiction has taken a whole new direction in recent times as writers stiffen their literary muscles and rip the bodices off their favourite literary characters.

Take a flight of fantasy with Erotic Fan Fiction, and don’t forget your safe word (there isn’t one). Step boldly into a world where all bets, and underpants, are off. Leave your umbrellas and inhibitions at the door. Sidle on in and slip into something a little more comfortable (one of our chairs).

Curated by Eddie Sharp, this much-loved Wheeler Centre regular has been around the block a few times, and picked up a few eye-watering tricks along the way. Seasoned voyeurs will know all too well the rules of the game – four writers share their personal filth on stage while everyone watches. The only rule? Keep those hands where we can see them, people.

#sexweek

Let’s Talk About Sex

It’s time to reveal what really goes on under and between the covers, as the Wheeler Centre embarks on a week of frank literary bedroom chat, with the focus firmly on female sexuality. Brace yourselves for a series of sweet nothings whispered in your ear as we delve into a cornucopia of pleasures sure to satisfy even the most ardent book lover.

Featuring

Lewis Hobba

Lewis Hobba is a Triple J presenter, as well as a producer and writer for shows including Hungry Beast, Can of Worms and Good News Week.

Michael Hing

Michael Hing is a comedian from Sydney Australia who is increasingly worried his 10,000 hour Malcolm Gladwell ‘Outliers’ skill is erotic fan fiction. He has performed sold out shows at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Sydney Comedy Festival, Brisbane Comedy Festival, and done several... Read more

Genevieve Fricker

Genevieve Fricker is a Sydney-based comedian, writer and classically-trained musician. Since reaching the national finals of Raw Comedy in 2011, Genevieve has played sold out shows across Australia, worked as a writer/performer on ABC 2’s The Roast, co-hosted a season of breakfast radio with fello... Read more

Kate McLennan

Kate McLennan is an award-winning writer, stand-up comedian and actress. She is the co-writer of The Katering Show, where she plays an intolerable foodie alongside her food intolerant mate, Kate McCartney. The show launched on YouTube in 2015 and hit over 2 million views in its first week online. I... Read more

Virginia Gay

Virginia Gay is a performer for stage and television. Virginia graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in 2005. She spent three years pretending to be a nurse on Chanel Seven’s All Saints, six months pretending to be Julia Gillard in the Sydney Theatre Company’s Wharf Re... Read more

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176 Little Lonsdale Street Melbourne Victoria 3000

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