Stephen Fry in Adelaide for One Evening Only
Presented by the Don Dunstan Foundation in association with the Adelaide Festival Centre
Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Gay Legalisation in SA
The endlessly fascinating, honest and self-effacing Stephen Fry, will be in Adelaide to discuss his passionate defence of Gay rights, mental health, and his love of nature and whatever else tickles his fancy. This event is in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the legislation that decriminalised homosexuality in South Australia, and is in support of the work of the Dunstan Foundation.
Well known political writer and commentator, Annabel Crabb, will interview Stephen providing insights into his unique personality and view of the world.
He is the long-time host of ABC TV’s QI, and has collaborated with Hugh Laurie on many television shows including Blackadder, Kingdom, Bones, V for Vendetta, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, Live Another Day, as well as his appearance as The Master of Laketown in The Hobbit Trilogy and the documentary Out There which documented the lives of lesbian, bisexual gay and transgender people around the world.
In addition to his work in television, radio and journalism he has written four novels and three volumes of autobiography, Moab is My Washpot, The Fry Chronicles and More Fool Me.
5:00PM – 6:30PM, SUNDAY 29 NOVEMBER 2015
FESTIVAL THEATRE, ADELAIDE FESTIVAL CENTRE
TICKETS THROUGH BASS.NET.AU OR 131 246
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All proceeds from this event will go toward the work of the Don Dunstan Foundation.
Supported by a grant from the Department of the Premier and Cabinet.
Annabel Crabb appears by arrangement with Claxton Speakers International.
Click here for more ways to get involved with the 40th Anniversary Celebrations of Gay Law Reform in South Australia.