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Teen Diaries
Code: 133  |  Type: Special Event   |  Genres: Biography & Memoir,
Friday, May 18 2012 11:00 PM Free, no bookings
Pier 2/3 Club Stage, Pier 2/3, Hickson Road, Walsh Bay Venue & Transport Info
Eddie Sharp, Nick Coyle, Marieke Hardy, Monique Schafter
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They were meant to be forever private but now Marieke Hardy, Monique Schafter, Eddie Sharp and Nick Coyle make public excerpts from the diaries they wrote as teenagers.

Supported by Inspiring Journeys.

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Eddie Sharp (Australian)

Eddie Sharp is a writer, performer and curator who lives and works in Sydney. He is founder and co-director of The Imperial Panda Festival as well as Erotic Fan Fiction readings. He is also a member of theatre company Rhubarb Rhubarb, the creators of Wonka! A Live Cinema Remix, The Mad Max Remix and Some Film Museums I Have Known.

 
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Nick Coyle (Australian)

Nick Coyle is a writer, theatre maker and community radio presenter. He is about to take his award-winning one man show, Me Pregnant!, to the Melbourne Comedy Festival... and then who knows what he'll do next!

 
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Marieke Hardy (Australian)

Marieke Hardy is a screenwriter, blogger and radio broadcaster. After many years writing a humorous television column in The Age, she moved on to regular political columns for ABC's The Drum and senior contributing work for Frankie magazine. She has been screenwriting Australian television drama for over 15 years. Her six-part black comedy series Laid premiered in Australia in 2011. In the guise of literary reviewer she makes Jennifer Byrne's life an unbridled misery once a month on ABC TV's First Tuesday Book Club. She lives in Melbourne with a dog named Bob Ellis.

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Monique Schafter (Australian)

Monique Schafter is a Walkley Award-winning reporter/producer who co-hosted the ABC's groundbreaking current affairs program, Hungry Beast. Over three series as a reporter, Monique covered a variety of topics such as mental illness, bullying, gay conversion therapy and disability. Monique also writes a weekly column, 'Tomboy Tales', for the Star Observer and is currently working on the ABC's nightly current affairs program, 7:30.

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