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HBAF 2021 - Stepping into the Sun

HBAF 2021 - Stepping into the Sun

Readers + Writers - Presented by Hawke's Bay Readers and Writers Trust in association with Hawke's Bay Arts Festival

[Please note that the venue for this event has changed from the Paisley Stage to the MTG Century Theatre.]

Stepping into the Sun. Stories of Coming out - in conversation with Kyle Mewburn and Phoebe Wilton-Stuart of 'The Gay Agenda' radio show.

What’s it like to live a lie, to deny your sexuality or gender? Kyle Mewburn ('Faking It', and many award winning books for children) felt like 'strawberry jam in a spinach can' for years. Phoebe Wilton-Stuart teases out the highs and lows: the hiding, shame and prejudice, the acceptance, liberation and joy.

Prepare yourself to be heartbroken, inspired and amazed.

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Friday 29 October, 6:00pm


Restrictions: All Ages

General Admission $20.00

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MTG Century Theatre, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne
9 Herschell Street, Napier, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

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