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Change how you see the world
Got a question? Always wondered why? Or just looking for a day that will make you stop and think and maybe question your beliefs? If so, The Festival of Questions is for you.

The Festival of Questions
Who? What? Where? When? Why?


Held on Sunday 15 October 2017 between 12.00pm-9.00pm at the Melbourne Town Hall, these 4 sessions of thoughtful, quick-witted and exhilarating discussions may change the way you view the world.

It brings together some of the sharpest and funniest thinkers around for a day of querying, questioning, wondering and pondering.

They'll be discussing the big questions facing Australia, and the world, today. What are the big issues? What unites and divides us? What are we talking and thinking about? Topics will cover a broad range of issues from culture, class and climate to politics, philosophy and feminism.

Join in for a day of storytelling, comedy, debate and discussion from a group of engaging and entertaining speakers.

The fours sessions on the day are:

12pm-1.30pm - Questions for the Nation

What are the most important questions facing Australians today and in the future?

2.30pm-4pm - What is Right? What is Left?

Donald Trump, Pauline Hanson, Brexit. The times are a changing - and not always as expected.

5pm-6.30pm - Philosophical Fight Club

Time to wrestle with some of the biggest, ugliest and toughest philosophical dilemmas facing Australians today.

7.30pm-9pm - What the Hell? The Handmaid's Tale in 2017

The Festival of Questions concludes with an evening of readings, rantings and ravings inspired by The Handmaid's Tale.

Tickets: $60 for a full day pass are available here.

Individual sessions tickets are $20 each will be available for bookings from Monday 4 September.
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Why? Challenge your thinking
When: Sunday 15 October 2017
Phone: 61 3 9094 7809
Where: Melbourne Town Hall, 90 Swanston Street, Melbourne
Cost: $60 for a full 4 session pass or $20 per individual session
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