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May 12, 2021

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Entertainment in the Byron Shire for the week beginning May 12

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Mandy Nolan’s Soapbox: Elvis has Left the Building

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Filmmaker Ava Warbrick and Stephanie Gilmore.
Filmmaker Ava Warbrick and Stephanie Gilmore.

In 2007, Stephanie Gilmore a high school student from Tweed Heads, qualified for the pinnacle in women’s surfing, the ASP World Tour. 

In her rookie year Steph led the charge to win the World Championships at just 19 years of age. She claimed four World Championships in as many years and seemed untouchable until a violent turn of events abruptly ended her winning streak. ‘Life could not get any better, and then the universe just flipped upside down’, says Steph.

Stephanie in the Water is intimate documentary by Ava Warbrick that follows Steph on the professional circuit as she reassesses her future.

Stephanie in the Water  will screen at the Byron Theatre this Wednesday October 29.

Steph will be at the screening for an exclusive Q&A. Check out the trailer and secure tickets at www.stephanieinthewater.com/aus.


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