Popular comedian Dave O’Neil and stalwart actor turned shaman Sue Ingleton, get together for the first time as part of a series of lively chats, on Sunday March 19th, 11am in Castlemaine’s historic Theatre Royal.
The 7@11 series will give new insight into the work of artists already featured in this year’s Castlemaine State Festival, together with our best and brightest raconteurs, thinkers and authors. The public are invited to grab a coffee and and enjoy a smorgasbord of generous talk.
One of the highlights will be the conversation between these two Aussie champions, which will explore comedy writing and performing- and the myriad of other things comedians do to make a living and fulfil themselves creatively and emotionally. They’ll look at how to sustain a career in an ever-changing industry and share their stories of how they got started on their paths. Dave O’Neil, one of our best known and hardest working comedians, is also an actor, author, bass guitarist and radio personality, and has stood as an independent candidate for the federal seat of Gellibrand.
Trail blazing comedian Sue Ingleton’s work in comedy, theatre, film and television has had her make an unusual journey towards becoming an internationally renowned shamanic facilitator and healer. She finds no major shifts from her theatrical career as she deals with angst and pain, laughter and the shedding of layers of character traits, people’s deep fears, surface masks and attachments to the outmoded patterns they carry.
Expect laughs, and a genuine meeting of minds as these two share their thoughts. And get that burning query answered, as questions from the audience are encouraged.Book Tickets