The Book of Chance
with Sue Whiting

The Ian Potter Centre for Performing Arts



Author Sue Whiting puts the spotlight on what is true, what is not, and the slippery nature of the written word. Join us for this Fiesta workshop session and discover how to devise great stories with Sue.

Inspired by a real crime, The Book of Chance is a powerful mystery novel that follows Chance Callahan’s quest to discover the truth about her family, only to discover that her life is in fact a big fat lie – #biggestfakeever! In this interactive and thought-provoking festival session, Sue Whiting will put the spotlight on what is true and what is not, explore the slippery nature of the written word and conduct some potentially hilarious lie detection activities that will challenge participants’ perceptions, as she asks the question: How truthful are you? She will also lead participants through her research techniques, reveal her lucky breaks and divulge her secrets for creating a suspenseful page-turning mystery.

  • Dates & Times:

    Due to the effects of recent changes to interstate travel restrictions, this event will not take place as scheduled. Ticket holders will be contacted directly with further information.

    • Thursday 1 July 2021, 2:00pm

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  • Performance Information

    • Duration:1 hour without interval

    • Venue:David Li Sound Gallery

    • Age suitability:Recommended age: 8-12 years

  • Venue Details

    David Li Sound Gallery:
    The Ian Potter Centre for Performing Arts,
    48 Exhibition Walk, Clayton 3800

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