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Double Jeopardy: Part 1 Politics in the Pub

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Sat 10 May 2014, 8:30pm–9:30pm

Where: Leviathan Hotel, 27 Queens Gardens, Dunedin, Otago

Restrictions: All Ages

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A new literary festival for Dunedin with an exciting line-up of top New Zealand and international writers, including a variety of events: readings, conversations, children’s sessions and more.

Double Jeopardy: Part 1 Politics in the Pub: Election'year'ing.

Dr Bryce Edwards, Prof. Andrew Geddis, Victor Billot and Deborah Coddington, with Grant Robertson

A doctor, a professor, a journo and a unionist walk into a pub ... Sounds just like the opening line to a joke you’d hear in the back bar of the Leviathan! Join us for a light-hearted and provocative discussion that asks: Are political blogs a reliable and credible source of information and analysis? Is democratic debate strengthened or undermined by the rise of citizen bloggers? Chaired by Grant Robertson, ex-OUSA president, and now Labour MP for Wellington Central. Grab a friend, grab a jug and settle in for Politics in the Pub.

This is a combined event, with Part 2: Poetry in the Pub following this event on the same night. The ticket price covers both events.

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