Pamela Rabe Giveaway | The Children Promo Cards

Giveaway: Win Pamela Rabe Promo Cards from the play ‘The Children’

Competition Time! 🎉

My beautiful buddy Jade sent me some of her ‘The Children‘ promo cards and it’s your chance to get one of them!

To be in with a chance of winning one of these cards simply follow me on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, like and share this post!

The winners will be announced and directly messaged on Sunday 27th September! 🎉

Good luck! 🍀

xx Sarina

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When Pamela Rabe marched against the Vietnam War at the age of 12, she believed in people power and an optimistic future. But when the respected actor was preparing for her stage role as a retired nuclear physicist, she became keenly aware of the “ever-present anxiety” of today’s youth — mainly about just how long planet Earth can survive humanity’s mistreatment of it. Read More

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The Conversation Hour: Jennifer Doudna co-developer of CRISPR/cas9 gene editing, and Pamela Rabe

Dr Gael Jennings is Jon Faine’s co-host.  She is an Honorary Fellow at Melbourne University’s Centre for Advancing Journalism.

Their first guest is Prof Jennifer Doudna, who is Li Ka Shing Chancellor’s Chair in Biomedical and Health Sciences, Professor of Molecular & Cell Biology and Professor of Chemistry at UC Berkeley. Jennifer led the discovery of CRISPR/cas9 gene editing (with Emmanuelle Charpentier). You can hear her with Kevin Esvelt on The Science and Ethics of Genome Editing for The Convergence Science Network, supported by the Lorne Genome Conference and Melbourne University’s School of BioSciences. It’s at the Plenary, Jeff’s Shed (Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre), tonight (Tuesday 13th Feb, 2018) at 6:00pm.

Then they are joined by actor and director Pamela Rabe, who stars as Hazel in The Children (and plays ‘The Freak’ Joan Ferguson in Wentworth). The Children by Lucy Kirkwood, and directed by Sarah Goodes for the MTC, is on at The Sumner, Southbank Theatre until 10th March, 2018.