Gretel Killeen and Jean Kitson join Women Say Something Line-up for Mardi Gras
The line-up for Women Say Something has just gotten stronger with the announcement of further inspirational women joining the panel of the February 28 event.
Women Say Something: Dancing on the Ceiling celebrates the achievements of some of Australia’s best-known women. Joining an already stellar line-up at this year's Mardi Gras event is media personality and author Gretel Killen, journalist Tracey Spicer, popular comedienne and entertainer Jean Kitson and the National Director of Australia UNHCR, Naomi Steer.
The quartet will join previously announced guests; Lt. Col. Cate McGregor, the highest ranking transgender person in the army; Lord Mayor of Sydney Clover Moore; beach volleyball star and five time Olympian Natalie Wood; Australian country music singer Beccy Cole, and jazz performer, Libby O’Donovan; two-time Aria award winner and classical musician Sally Whitwell; performers Sexy Galexy and Martine Locke; Recognise’s Tanya Hosch; Wine maker Lisa McGuigan; and editor-in-chief of Curve Magazine, Merryn Johns.
Women Say Something is presented in partnership with IVF Australia and delivers an evening of dialogue, entertainment, innovative film, food and wine intertwined in a celebration of the diverse achievements of women.
Women Say Something: Dancing On the Ceiling, Friday, 28th February 2014, 6:30pm onwards. Sydney Town Hall, 483 George Street, Sydney.
Tickets: From $30 + BF, available at http://www.mardigras.org.au/events/women-say-something-dancing-on-the-ceiling/
For info: www.facebook.com/WomanSaySomething