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Fire walk with them – five stars of Twin Peaks are coming our way for an in-conversation series Fire walk with them – five stars of Twin Peaks are coming our way for an in-conversation series Fire walk with them – five stars of Twin Peaks are coming our way for an in-conversation series Fire walk with them – five stars of Twin Peaks are coming our way for an in-conversation series

Fire walk with them – five stars of Twin Peaks are coming our way for an in-conversation series

There are two types of people in the world – those who love Twin Peaks and those who just don’t get it. Jokes aside, David Lynch’s bizarre mystery-horror series was a seriously iconic staple of 1990s television. The story of special agent Dale Cooper investigating the murder of homecoming queen Laura Palmer gripped an entire generation, and went on to retain its status as a cult hit that still holds relevance today. Good news for fans – Brisbane is about to get a true taste of Twin Peaks when a selection of the stars land at Eatons Hill Hotel on Sunday August 26 for a scintillating conversation session.


With the blessing of the relevant authorities and officials (thanks, Showtime), Twin Peaks: Conversation With The Stars is set to be a celebration for fans of the iconic series to hear first-hand of some amazing on-set and behind-the-scenes action from filming. In a super-exciting development, it has been announced that David Lynch himself will be Skyping in to answer questions from extremely lucky fans. As well as hearing from the cast and crew, audiences will be treated to a live performance of the music of Twin Peaks as performed by Electric Moon.

So just who else will you be seeing when Twin Peaks: Conversation With The Stars heads to town? Aside from the electronic form of David Lynch, five key cast members and one crucial crewmember will be appearing on the night. Hold on to your hats, because Laura Palmer herself will be here – Sheryl Lee is making the journey along with Kimmy Roberston (Lucy Moran), Michael Horse (Deputy Hawk), Al Strobel (Phillip Gerard) and Dana Ashbrook (Bobby Briggs). Joining them is Twin Peaks: A Limited Event Series executive producer Sabrina S. Sutherland.

Ready to revel in all things mysterious? You can pick up tickets to Twin Peaks: Conversation With The Stars through Ticketek.

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