Dirrum 2018 live stream tickets still available

Some of the Dirrum 2018 Team have their photo taken by The Canberra Times.

Some of the Dirrum 2018 Team have their photo taken by The Canberra Times.

The 2018 Dirrum Festival speaker sessions in the Heath Lecture Theatre have sold out, two weeks ahead of the event.

The Canberra Times interviewed and photographed the elated organisers today.

A Livestream Room will be set up and 100 tickets are available for those wanting to watch and hear the speakers at the two sessions from 1–9 pm on SATURDAY 18 AUGUST 2018. Livestream Room tickets are just $10 and can be purchased online

All ticket holders can soak up the festibal atmosphere at a mini-market of local business – Base Soaps (handmade soap), The Biltong Company (beef jerky), The Hungry Brown Cow (brownie sandwiches) and Tusk Books (local author) – which will operate stalls in the one-hour lunch break between speaker sessions.

There will also be fashion stalls selling products made with ethically-sourced materials (OceanZen, HoMie and Ur Sain); live music and dancing by local artists; hot food and Timor coffee. 

The festival speakers are:

Peter Greste
Gillian Triggs
Emma Adams
Kirsty Windeyer
Matthew Stocks
Ellen Jacobsen
Steph Gabriel
Denis Ginnivan
Bridget Chivers-Keneally

*There are still limited seats left for tonight's preliminary event when Dirrum Dirrum, in conjunction with the Radford Institute, presents Tim Costello on 'Education: Our powerful weapon to change the world' at 6.30 pm in the Heath Lecture Theatre.

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