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Bri Lee: The Work

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Join author, academic, and activist Bri Lee at Bondi Pavilion as she introduces her highly anticipated debut novel The Work.

A dazzling, funny, and unforgettable tale, The Work explores the biggest intersections of life: of art and commerce, of intimacy and distance, of talent and entitlement, and of labour and privilege. It is an epic and forensic exploration of modern love and passion, politics and power.  

Bri Lee is the multi-award-winning author of Eggshell SkullBeauty, and Who Gets to Be Smart. Her journalism, essays, and short stories have been published widely, and she is the creator and editor of News & Reviews. 

Facilitated by Sophie Tedmanson, Editor of The Australian Women’s Weekly.

Skip the queue and pre-purchase your copy of The Work when booking your ticket.
Orders will be available for collection at the venue from the team at Gertrude & Alice Bookstore.  
Bri Lee will be signing copies of The Work after the talk.

“This novel isn't just good; it's superb. Assured, and powerful, and intelligent, and very, VERY hard to put down. I consumed it in a passion." – Annabel Crabb

Event information 
Refreshments will be available from the Theatre Bar from 5.30pm. 
Tickets are General Admission. Seats are not allocated. 
To book accessible seating, please complete the Accessibility Requirements section when registering for your ticket. 

This event is proudly presented by Waverley Council as part of its First Wednesdays series - a new monthly program of free or accessibly priced talks, music and performance on the first Wednesday of every month.

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Conditions of sale 1. This ticket is sold by Waverley Council ABN: 12 502 583 608 through Bondi Pavilion on behalf of the organisation presenting the activity and is subject to any conditions for that activity and or venue. 2. Tickets are purchased under a no refund or exchange policy. In some instances, such as cancelled events refunds may be payable in line with the Live Performance Australia Ticketing Code of Practice. 3. The right of admission is reserved by management. Latecomers may not be admitted until an appropriate time which may not occur until the first intermission. 4. Recording of any means is strictly not permitted in performance spaces unless otherwise noted. 5. Mobile phones and other devices must be put onto silent for the duration of performances. 6. Prams, strollers and walkers cannot be kept inside the theatre. Alternate areas to park these items will be provided on a show to show basis. 7. We may photograph, record and/or broadcast any Event and you consent to the use of any image or recording taken of you, and anyone for whom you purchased tickets on behalf of, at Bondi Pavilion.