Back to All Events

Kerri Sackville - Out There

sackville web image.jpg

When Kerri Sackville began dating again after a long marriage, she made every mistake known to womankind. She swiped right on scammers and fakers, spent weeks fruitlessly texting, agreed to long dates with the wrong men, and got involved with hot messes and commitment phobes. She also met amazing men and went on sensational first dates, and learned how to navigate the minefield that is dating in midlife.

Out There: A survival guide for dating in midlife is the essential book for any woman jumping on the rollercoaster of midlife dating. Kerri may not be able to find you the man of your dreams, but she will help you survive the ride with your dignity and sanity intact. And you will definitely laugh a lot along the way. Swipe right on Out There, and enjoy the ride!

In conversation with HerCanberra’s Amanda Whitley.

Tickets: $12 (includes a complimentary glass of house wine or soft drink)

SOLD OUT

Kerri Sackville is an Australian author, columnist, and social commentator. She writes regularly for Sunday LifeSMH online and news.com.au, on topics ranging from sex and relationships to parenting, mental health, current affairs, and whether white chocolate is real chocolate (it isn't). She has made frequent appearances on television programs including Sunrise, Mornings on Channel 9 and The Circle, and regularly pops up on various radio stations including Mix 106.5, 2DayFM, 2UE and the ABC networks.

In 2011, after enjoying a diverse career in public relations and media, Amanda Whitley launched hercanberra.com.au, a website for Canberra women. Today, it has a monthly unique readership of more than 100,000 and a social network exceeding 70,000 followers. It provides a resource which tells the city's stories, highlights things to do, facilitates connections, and encourages people to engage with their city as a great place to live. HerCanberra has grown to be one of the city's leading media brands, also boasting a quarterly Magazine and event series. Amanda was ACT Woman of the Year in 2016.