Enhance your experience of Speechless with two opportunities to get in conversation.
There will be a panel discussion after the performance on Tuesday 26 February in the main
hall of the Sunset Heritage Precinct, focusing on the wider issues that Speechless presents around voicelessness in society. This will be introduced by Perth Festival Artistic Director Wendy Martin, and hosted by Terri Ann White, and features composer Cat Hope, social justice lawyer Melissa Parke and Amnesty International Regional Campaign Organiser for My New Neighbour, Claire Birch. Don’t miss out on this one, tickets for Speechless are moving quickly.
On Saturday 2 March there will also be a post-show conversation with Composer & Director Cat Hope.
Otherwise, there are plenty of chances to debrief the show in the Sunset Bar, onsite at the Sunset Heritage Precinct, open before the performance from 7pm, and again afterwards until 10:30pm.