This Sunday, in partnership with Tommy’s, live art and performance collective Big One Little One are presenting ‘Grown Ups Do Show and Tell’ – an afternoon of hilarious stories, embarrassing anecdotes and poignant stories from who we used to be, or who we hoped we’d become.

Prominent artists of Bathurst have been asked to dig deep into their childhood and share an artifact like a letter, diary entry, report card, drawing – or even some bad teenage poetry – that helped shape who they now are as an artist.

The event will be fully licensed, and food and beverages will be available for purchase, while tickets are $12 on the door.

All proceeds from the event go towards supporting Big One Little One’s new immersive work ‘We Always Wanted to be Professional Dancers’, which is premiering in Bathurst in September.

This is an opportunity to get the arts community of Bathurst together on a winter’s afternoon and share some stories and some drinks, while raising money for an upcoming community arts project.

Doors open at 3pm Sunday, June 26.
When: 3pm, Sunday 26 June

sophieWho’s taking part
* Mickey Pye (pictured) – Winner 2015 Toyota Star Maker
* Nina Oyama – Comedian and writer for The Chaser’s Election Desk
* Dan Aubin – Performing artist, acrobat, director and educator
* Kate Smith – Comedian, performer, writer and creative producer
* Kathy Cameron – Performer/writer theatre in education
* Sophie Jones (pictured) – Musician Smith & Jones and co-found CanBeltos community soul choir
* Sarah Coffee – core member Big One Little One
* Nel Kentish – core member Big One Little One