Have you had your own duel with death? Are you aware of your mortality and committed to ‘living out loud’?
Join Fiona Hawthorne from Hummingbird House as she leads four guest speakers in discussing their unique perspectives on getting the most out of life and their duels with death.
Luke Ryan is a Melbourne-based writer, comedian and two-time cancer survivor. His first book, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Chemo, is a comic memoir about growing up and getting cancer, twice.
Peebo & Dagwood unmasked! Identical twins Pete and Dave share their journey of living with a chronic illness as they keep on clowning. Embracing their motto of ‘Live Life, Be Positive & Laugh’, they have performed over 3,500 shows from children’s parties, corporate events, countless schools and local community events.
Lauren Watson describes herself as an adaptive aerial performer and contemporary artist with incomplete paraplegia and spends most of her time in the air on various aerial apparatuses, trying to push the limit between what the body can do and what you are willing to try.
WHEN / 28 October 2018, 4:30 – 6pm
FREE / register HERE
Metro Arts Deathfest 2.0: a duel with death // 28th October 2018 – Presented by South Bank Flowstate and Metro Arts