PROGRAM

Kick-off with a football match if you wish!
Across the road from the Jamberoo Pub are some magnificent football facilities.

Festival Day 1: Saturday 23rd March

12:00-13:00 

-  Registration

-  Meet the Authors and Buy their Books!

-  Lunch available

 13:00-13:20

-  Welcome from Jamie Warren

-  Opening Comments from Jack Reilly

13:20-14:45

-  Point of view: The Daily Grind v Gig Journalism

Kevin Airs, Pablo Bateson, Emma Kemp, Michael Lynch, Murray Shaw, Stuart Thomas 

Moderator: Tom Smithies

14:45-15:00

-  Afternoon break

15:00-15:50

In Conversation with Jens Weinreich

Moderator: Simon Hill

15:50-16:30

-  Writing football fiction

Adrian Deans, Texi Smith

Moderator: Trevor Thompson

16:30-17:20

-  Writing about real lives

Ray Gatt, Matthew Hall, Simon Hill, Bonita Mersiades

Moderator: Jaimie Fuller

17:20-18:00

-  Highlights of our national teams

Andrew Howe with Greg Werner

18:00-19:00

Hyundai Legends Happy Hour

-  Enjoy the Happy Hour courtesy of Hyundai and hear from some genuine football legends

Hosted by Adrian A

19:00 to 22:00

-  Festival Dinner and Football Trivia (Trivia starts at 20:00)

Festival Day 2:  Sunday 24th March

08:45-09:35

In Conversation with Gwendolyn Oxenham

Moderator: Stephanie Brantz

09:35-10:35

- Writing about football history

Andrew Howe, Jorge Knijnik, Ian Syson, Trevor Thompson

Moderator: Tom Smithies

10:35-10:50

- Morning break

10:50-11:50

-  Football and activism

Craig Foster, Jaimie Fuller, Matthew Hall, Jens Weinreich

Moderator: Bonita Mersiades

11:50-13:00

-  "Where are the women?" Advancing women in football

Heather Garriock, Sarah Groube, Vicki Morton, Gwendolyn Oxenham

Moderator: Stephanie Brantz

13:00-13:45

-  Lunch

13:45-14:30

In Conversation with Chris Nikou

Moderator: Emma Kemp

14:30-14:35

Close and thank you

Cost

$10 for one day

$15 for both days

Festival Dinner and Sunday Lunch both extra, paid directly to Jamberoo Pub.

Hyundai Legends Happy Hour courtesy of Hyundai.

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