Galappatti, Sunila

Sunila Galappatti

Sunila Galappatti  has worked with other people to tell their stories, as a dramaturg, theatre director and editor. She started her working life at the Royal Shakespeare Company and Live Theatre, Newcastle and is a former Director of the Galle Literary Festival. She has recently been a Fulbright Visiting Fellow at Brown University; reflecting on processes carried out in different parts of the world to curate public histories. She lives in Sri Lanka. She presents A Long Watch, a story of human complexity amid entrenched narratives of Sri Lanka’s long civil war.

Past Events

  • Saturday October 29, 2016

    • In Conversation with Sunila Galappatti

      Cost: $18/ $15 Supporters, Free for Students & Youth 25 under

      Award-winning author Michael Ondaatje interviews Sunila Galappatti.


  • Friday October 28, 2016

    • IFOA Parry Sound

      Cost: $15

      Join us for a live reading with multifaceted writers Sunila Galapatti, Peter Geye, and Marnie Woodrow.


  • Thursday October 27, 2016

    • ARTIST TALK: Sunila Galappatti

      Cost: FREE

      Sunila Galappatti on the creative process and some of the unique challenges and opportunities in writing and publishing today!