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An Evening with Rebel Wilson
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An Evening with Rebel Wilson

From the scene-stealing star of Pitch Perfect and Bridesmaids, get ready for an emotional rollercoaster with a refreshingly candid, funny and inspiring conversation about her forthcoming book, Rebel Rising, which charts her unconventional journey to Hollywood success, and self-love. 

For decades, Rebel Wilson single-mindedly focused on her career, forgoing relationships in favour of making a name for herself. An Evening with Rebel Wilson will share the emotional and physical lessons she has learned, as well as her most embarrassing experiences. A malaria-induced Oscars hallucination? An all-style martial-arts fighting tournament? Junior handling at dog shows? And this was all before she moved to Hollywood! 
Rebel will share stories from her Aussie upbringing as the daughter of parents who sold pet products at dog shows, to making millions as LA’s favourite funny girl, always questioning "Am I good enough?”, "Will I ever find love?" and "Will I ever change and become healthy?" Rebel speaks for the first time about the most personal and important moments in her life – from fertility issues, weight gain and loss, to sexuality, overcoming shyness and dealing with rejection (and there's at least one story thrown in about Brad Pitt!).  

This intimate evening with Rebel will take us on a journey which shows us how to love ourselves while always remembering the value of laughing. 

Rebel will be joined by broadcaster and writer Fearne Cotton in London, and stand-up comedian and presenter Judi Love in Edinburgh and Manchester.

The event at Manchester Opera House will have a British Sign Language (BSL) Interpreter. If you need to be able to see the BSL interpreter at this event, please contact the venue directly as seating as been allocated for this purpose. The venue will be able to advise how to book and ensure you are located in the correct seats.