Myf Warhurst in Warrnambool
Join Myf Warhurst in Warrnambool for a captivating conversation about music, memory and her new memoir Time of My Life.
Whether joining us via the radio on Triple J and ABC, as a team leader on Spicks and Specks, commentating the Eurovision Song Contest, or as the voice of Aunt Trixie in the animated global hit Bluey, Myf Warhurst has been a staple of Australian radio and TV for over twenty years.
Now, the Wheeler Centre joins Myf on the road, heading to Warrnambool’s Lighthouse Theatre for a captivating conversation about music, memory and her new memoir, Time of My Life.
Join us as Myf shares funny, fabulous and sometimes fraught tales of her journey from a music lover in Victoria’s Western District to a much-loved presence on the airwaves across the country.
Presented in partnership with Lighthouse Theatre
About the book
The bookseller for this event is Collins Bookseller Warrnambool.
Myf Warhurst grew up in regional Victoria and studied music and fine arts at Melbourne University. After writing arts and music stories for The Age and street magazine Inpress, she became Managing Editor of Inpress in 1999. After her first radio gig as showbiz reporter on Merrick and Rosso̵... Read more
Jess Lilley is a writer, RRR broadcaster, creative director and prolific tweeter. In the late 1990s and early 2000s she was embedded in Melbourne’s magical music scene, presenting shows and working in community radio by day and covering gigs and music festivals as a reviewer and photographer by ni... Read more
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