Tuesday May 12, 2015
Concert Hall, QPAC
South Brisbane, 4101
Maree Madden & Mark Cave
Language/ Cultural Consultant
A rare opportunity to see one of the leading legal minds and thinkers of our time on stage as he has never been seen before. Geoffrey Robertson’s first one-man show will be an entertaining and beguiling mix of gravitas and intellectual larrikinism.
Internationally recognised as one of the world’s leading human rights lawyers and as an intellectual inspiration for the global justice movement, Robertson will come home to Australia from leading Europe’s largest civil liberties practice for this one night only event.
The passion and charisma Robertson is famous for from the television series Hypotheticals will grace the QPAC Concert Hall stage in the world premiere of his live show Dreaming Too Loud.
Filled with his unique brand of occasionally outrageous observation and candid wit, Dreaming Too Loud will feature compelling archival footage as well as personal stories and revelations to provide a rare and compelling new insight into one of our most significant national figures.
Expect an evening of exhilarating journeys through the highlights and lowlights, the many iconic moments and the public and private events that have marked Robertson’s life’s extraordinary trajectory.