Ailsa Piper is a writer, director, teacher, speaker, and performer. She has expressed her creativity in many forms, and as a writer, she works across multiple genres. She published her first book, Sinning Across Spain, in 2012, and subsequently wrote and performed an episode of ABC radio’s Poetica program based on that book. She also co-adapted Bell Shakespeare’s acclaimed version of The Duchess of Malfi in 2012. In 2001 she was co-winner of the Patrick White Playwrights’ Award for her drama, Small Mercies.
Her most recent book, co-authored with Tony Doherty, is The Attachment – Letters From A Most Unlikely Friendship. Their friendship was one of her lifelines back from a dark place.
Event: Life, Death, Faith, and Friendship: In Conversation
Featuring Ailsa Piper and Tony Doherty
Date, Time: Sunday 26th November 2017 at 2:15pm to 3:30pm
Venue: Jane’s Bar & Café