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HBAF 2021 - Tall Tales and Derring Do

HBAF 2021 - Tall Tales and Derring Do

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

Tall Tales and Derring Do - Graham McTavish Zooms into Toitoi (with Jess Soutar Barron)

[Please note that the date and time for this event has changed to Saturday October 30th at 1pm. This Readers + Writers session is now being presented as a back to back offering with 'Australian Gothic - Craig Silvey Zooms in to Toitoi with Gareth Ward'.]

Onscreen bruiser, 340-year-old dwarf, war chieftain and now chronicler of Scottish history and culture Graham McTavish joins Jess Soutar Barron via zoom link from the U.K. to tell tall tales of derring do, death-defying experiences and where to find the best dram of whisky.

Graham will regale us with his travels around the Highlands of Scotland, depicted in the book Clanlands, penned with Outlander co-star Sam Heughan. Take a trip with Graham, through time and hemispheres.

Venue: Functions on Hastings, Toitoi Hawke's Bay Arts and Events Centre

Phone: 066512487

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Saturday 30 October, 1:00pm


Restrictions: All Ages

General Admission $20.00

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Phone: 066512487


Toitoi - Hawke's Bay Arts & Events Centre, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne
101 Hastings Street South, Hastings, Hastings, Hawke's Bay / Gisborne

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