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A Minute’s Silence is an interactive theatre play that explores the concept of Australian citizenship, migrant identity, and the role of memory in individual and collective storytelling.

By mixing poetry, personal anecdotes, interviews, and historical archives, Gloria Demillo explores what it means to be an Australian citizen and migrant grappling with dominant narratives of history and the way war has impacted generations of people. The play contrasts the personal and lived history of migrants growing up in Sydney’s multicultural west with the prescribed learning of Australian national identity that is so closely tied with militarism, colonial violence, and the ANZACs.

Venue: Bluestone Church Arts Space, Footscray 

Date: June 8 - 11, 2022
Time: 7.30PM



Engaging the Senses - workshop

People and Flower Graffiti

3 hour writing and performance workshop. This workshop is designed for young people of all writing and performance levels. Its main key features are the integration of mindfulness and meditation techniques within the exploration and crafting of creative works. 

Venue: Mount Gambier, SA - Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre

Date: March 5 2022
Time: 1PM-4PM

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10 minute reading. 

Venue: Riverside Theatre Parramatta, Lenox Theatre

Date: February 12 2022
Time: 8PM-9PM 



National Young Writers Festival


Panel: On Boba Activism 

Date: October 1 2021
Time: 8PM-9PM 


Reading: Late Night Reading: What Sustains Me 

Date: October 1 2021
Time: 11PM-12AM


Panel: Imagined Homelands
Date: October 3 2021
Time: 9PM-10PM 


Soul Lounge Adelaide

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Feature poetry set.


Venue: Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute
253 Grenfell St, Adelaide SA 5000

Date: 17 July 2021

Time: 6:00PM ACST

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