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‘Food is Love’ and ‘After the Storm’

Sun 23 June at 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm


Another two short and dark stories by Carole Kelly to raise funds through the Australian Cultural Fund for the ‘Black no sugar’ project.

The first story is ‘Food is Love’ a love affair based on a shared passion for food that leads to something darker. This will be narrated by Bryan Cutts actor and director / producer for ‘Black no sugar’.

The second dark tale is ‘After the Storm’about Seth whose beachcombing has unexpected results after a storm lashes the Irish coast.

Our very special guest reading ‘After the Storm’ for your pleasure is Shane Porteous Australian star who is best remembered as the character Dr. Elliot in the television drama series ‘A Country Practice (Seven Network (1981–93)) in the role for which he won the Silver Logie award in 1992.

Entry is by donation to the project; minimum donation $20… maximum gift $5000.

Food is Love and After the Storm Tickets, Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre, 23 June 2024 | AllEvents.in


Sun 23 June
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre
105 William Street
Bathurst, NSW 2795 Australia
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