About the Event
Australian actress Genevieve Morris and South Australian jockey Clare Lindop, will be at Palace Nova Eastend on Monday 23rd September for a very special Q & A screening of this inspirational true story.
In introduction to GENEVIEVE MORRIS as Joan Sadler -
Genevieve Morris has been an actor/improvisor and co-creator for 28 years. Her vast television, film and web series credits include Hamish and Andy’s True Story, Comedy Inc, Ben Elton Live, and Wednesday Night Fever.
She has been a co-creator on several shows for Arena and Back to Back Theatre including the internationally renowned touring sensation Small Metal Objects. Her theatre roles have taken her around Australia as well as to New York, Athens, Vancouver, Dubai, Beijing, Shanghai and Wellington.
Genevieve also works as an MC and Host for various events, and recently focused her considerable industry experience and organisational skills (bossiness) into the area of production, as co-producer on the web series Little Acorns.
An introduction to our Panelist Clare Lindop -
Hailed as a trailblazer for female jockeys, Clare Lindop is one of Australia's most decorated riders in history. Having rode over 14,000 winners during her 25-year career, Clare made history and broke records by becoming the first Australian female jockey to ride in the Melbourne Cup, a race she went to ride in three times.
Following her retirement from racing in May 2018, Clare is now a Councillor at City of Holdfast Bay, a public speaker, and supporter of local SA based charities.
About the film
The rest is history.
Dates & Tickets
Date: Monday 23 September
Intro: 6.30pm intro & welcome
Talent: Genevieve Morris (Actor) & Clare Lindop (Jockey)
Q&A: Post film