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Sunday 21 August 7pm

The Resilience Project’s previously sold-out Public Talks give everyone a chance to learn positive mental health strategies which help us become happier and more resilient. Through engaging storytelling, and unpacking the research into simple tips, Hugh van Cuylenburg leaves the audience feeling empowered to improve their wellbeing. Hugh van Cuylenburg has previously partnered with elite sports teams (including Australian cricket, netball, soccer, NRL and AFL teams), over a thousand schools and more than 500 workplaces, teaching simple and practical evidence-based mental health strategies to build resilience and happiness. Hugh is also the best-selling author of The Resilience Project: Finding Happiness Through Gratitude, Empathy and Mindfulness, with nearly 200,000 copies sold. His sequel, Let Go: it’s time for us to let go of shame, expectation and our addiction to social media is out now. Hugh is also the co-host of popular podcast the imperfects. The messages behind The Resilience Project’s work have become ever more powerful over the past twelve months due to the uncertainty created during the Coronavirus pandemic. The Public Talks see Hugh walking the audience through his journey as well as telling stories of the incredible people who have inspired him and The Resilience Project to spread happiness. Join Hugh around the country and the 1,000,000+ Australians who have already experienced The Resilience Project.

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Synopsis

Sunday 21 August
7pm

The Resilience Project’s previously sold-out Public Talks give everyone a chance to learn positive mental health strategies which help us become happier and more resilient. Through engaging storytelling, and unpacking the research into simple tips, Hugh van Cuylenburg leaves the audience feeling empowered to improve their wellbeing.

Hugh van Cuylenburg has previously partnered with elite sports teams (including Australian cricket, netball, soccer, NRL and AFL teams), over a thousand schools and more than 500 workplaces, teaching simple and practical evidence-based mental health strategies to build resilience and happiness.

Hugh is also the best-selling author of The Resilience Project: Finding Happiness Through Gratitude, Empathy and Mindfulness, with nearly 200,000 copies sold. His sequel, Let Go: it’s time for us to let go of shame, expectation and our addiction to social media is out now. Hugh is also the co-host of popular podcast the imperfects.

The messages behind The Resilience Project’s work have become ever more powerful over the past twelve months due to the uncertainty created during the Coronavirus pandemic. The Public Talks see Hugh walking the audience through his journey as well as telling stories of the incredible people who have inspired him and The Resilience Project to spread happiness.

Join Hugh around the country and the 1,000,000+ Australians who have already experienced The Resilience Project.

Details

PRESENTED BY:
Live Nation

CATEGORY:
Special Event/Other

DURATION:
Approximately 120 minutes.

WARNINGS:
This performance may contain strobe lighting and fog/haze effects.

SUIT CHILDREN?:
This performance is suitable for children.

VENUE:
Canberra Theatre
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Additional Information:
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COVID-19 SAFETY

At Canberra Theatre Centre, your safety is our priority.

Seating

Our theatre will be operating at 100% capacity and our regular seating configuration is in place in the auditorium. You will be sitting next to other patrons in the theatre.

Please remain in your allocated seat during the performance.

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