4 April 2020
Newcastle Writers Festival
In response to the Federal Government’s recommendation that non-essential events be cancelled, the Newcastle Writers Festival is suspending ticket sales immediately and cancelling this event in April. A member of our Box Office staff will be in contact next week (16 - 20 March) to issue refunds for existing ticket holders.
Tim Costello is one of Australia’s leading voices on social justice and global poverty, and has been instrumental in ensuring these issues are placed on the national and international agenda. He travelled the world for work in poverty alleviation and emergency relief as he led World Vision in Australia for 13 years.
Tim is an ordained Baptist minister and had years building community and addressing issues of justice in St Kilda and Melbourne. Tim was named in the Australian of the Year awards in 2006 and was made an Officer of the Order of Australia in 2005.
His bestselling books include Hope, Faith, Streets of Hope, Tips from a Travelling Soul Searcher and, most recently, his memoir A Lot with a Little.
This event is hosted by Paul Bevan. Paul has worked in radio for 20 years producing and presenting current affairs programs on 1233 ABC Newcastle.
Presented by Newcastle Writers Festival in association with Cessnock City Library and Cessnock Performing Arts Centre.
For more information about Newcastle Writers Festival, please visit newcastlewritersfestival.org.au
Saturday, 4 April at 3pm
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