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Women of Letters is a best-selling literary salon. Each month, Australia’s best and brightest women come together on stage to celebrate the lost art of letter-writing.



Women of Letters is an afternoon that celebrates a diverse range of strong female talent whilst simultaneously raising funds for Victorian animal rescue shelter, Edgar’s Mission.
Co-curated by Marieke Hardy and Michaela McGuire, the monthly occasion brings together five of Australia’s best and brightest writers, musicians, politicians and comedians in celebration of the beautiful lost art of letter-writing.


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Women of Letters, part seventy-one in a series.

Women of Letters, part seventy-one in a series.

July 30, 2017, 2:30pm - July 30, 2017, 5:00pm

The Thornbury Theatre
859 High Street
Thornbury, VIC  3071 Map

Whether your July is dry or soaked, clear or cloudy, contemplative or celebratory, your old pals at Women Of Letters are here to give you shelter from the emotional storm. So please won’t you join us/them/you in the staggeringly comforting surrounds of The Thornbury Theatre to hail the lost art of letter-writing in what we like to consider the literary equivalent of a group hug.

On Sunday, 30th July, the WoL team bring together on stage for the very first time:

Host, interviewer and commentator Jamila Rizvi

Television personality and Australia’s own Martha Stewart Tonia Todman

Writer and folklorist June Factor

Poet, broadcaster and storyteller Sista Zai Storyteller & Thought Leader

Writer and editor Kelly Chandler

These fantabulous dames will each be reading 'A Letter to How I Kept Going', alongside the DJ beats provided by Jess Fairfax.

Join us for a most diverting afternoon celebrating a heart-stoppingly brilliant line-up of female talent whilst simultaneously raising funds for animal rescue shelter, Edgar's Mission.

Tickets are $20.00 plus b.f. and are available through the Oztix website, or $25.00 on the door, if available.


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