Mon 2 Nov 1:30am to Wed 4 Nov 1:30am (available 48 hours post event)
- Monday, 2 Nov 2020 - 1:30AM
Broadcast live directly from the UK and
available to stream online:
1:30am Monday 2 November 2020 until
1:30am Wednesday 4 November 2020 (AWST)
Perth Concert Hall is delighted to partner with FANE to present a special online event:
FatimaBhutto, will deliver a speech originally written for the Sydney Writer’s Festival but never broadcast, reflecting on Islamophobia, Western Feminism and race. She is the bestselling author of Songs of Blood and Sword, the memoir about her father’s life and assassination, and the highly praised The Runaways, an unflinching and moving portrait of radicalism, belonging and Muslim identity.
In this special live streamed event, Fatima discusses: What does it mean to be a citizen? With nationalist politics on the rise around the world, what do we really mean when we speak of extremism and how are these narratives shaped by race and identity? In an age obsessed with “post-truth” where do the true deceptions lie?
Fatima Bhutto Best selling author
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All ticket buyers will be emailed 24 hours prior to digital event commencing on how to access their unique Vimeo view code. This code will be available for use over 48 hours.
Starts: On-Demand any time from 1:30am AWST Monday 2 November through 1:30am AWST Wednesday 4 November. (Live UK broadcast)
This video will be viewable for 48 hours post live event.
Presented by Fane