Imagine this… Four of your favourite African writers under one roof sharing their most hilarious and mad stories of Africa over dinner and wine…. Well, good news – this is not a dream! It really IS happening and right here in Sydney at Ripples Chowder Bay on Wednesday 22nd February. And it’s for an excellent cause – Animal Works’ Zimbabwean conservation fund to help fight poaching.
Our authors on the night include the ever eloquent and rugged Tony Park, who’s on his way back from writing his latest book in South Africa shortly. Tony’s now published 8 novels on Africa and is well established as Australia’s Wilbur Smith. Read what he has to say about Animal Works and this cause in his latest blog here.
Then there’s the hilarious Peter Allison who wrote “Whatever you do, don’t run” amongst his other books about his fascinating adventures as a safari guide.
There’s Sally Henderson who wrote the best selling “Silent Footsteps”, an intimate story about her long held love affair with Africa and elephants.
Tickets for dinner are $95, including sparkles on arrival, and wine with entree and dinner, of which $50 goes to Animal Works’ Zimbabwean conservation fund.
Book now at Ripples on 02 99603000 or contact Tammie at Animal Works for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Drinks from 6.30pm and dinner from 7pm.
Ripples Chowder Bay is at Deck C, Chowder Bay Road, Mosman.