Parry, O. G, "After Trash: When Underground Sex Cults become Surveillance Theatres where do we go?", Staging Decadence, Goldsmiths, AHRC project.
Parry, O.G., ‘Performance Hangout’, Humanities and The Arts: Creative Industries and Cultural Democracy, Athens, Greece, 4-5 April 2019.
Parry, O. G, "After Trash? From Underground Sex Cults to Surveillance Theatre", Trash: Waste and Excess in Queer Cultures, conference, University of Cambridge, 16 Feb 2019
Parry, O. G, "Fans of Live Art", Glasgow Theatre Seminar, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, January 2019.
Parry, O. G. "The Peformance Hangout", TaPRA Conference, University of Aberystwyth, Sept 2018.
Parry, O.G., ‘Fandom as Alternative Network’, Panel at Our Networks Conference, Toronto, Canada, 14 July 2018
Parry, O. G. "Opps! hi.: Performance Practice, Fandom, and the Unproductive Pleasure of "Useless Knowledge". Fan Studies Network Conference 2018, Univeristy of Cardiff, Cardiff, June 2018.
Parry, O.G., Fan Riot: Queer Writing, Royal College of Art, Art Writing MA, Invited speaker, May 2018.
Parry, O.G., ‘Mpreg’, No More Children event by Eirini Kartsaki, Anti University, Conway Hall, London. May 2018
Parry, O.G., ‘Performance Hangout with Johanna Linsley’, Reaching/Outreaching Theatre, Performance, Philosophy conference, TaPRA network, London 9 June 2018
2009 – 2017
Parry, O.G., ‘Fan Riot’, Theatre & Fandom Symposium, University of Bristol, 7 July 2017.
Parry, O.G., Fan Riot: Common Ground, AHRC Conference, University of York, 21 June, 2016
Fictional Realness", Performance Philosophy School of Athens Symposium, (Ε.Δ.Ω. Athens, March 2014); The Impossible Constellation (University of Lincoln, July 2014)
"Stupid Holes: Stupid Becomings in the Work of South African Rap-rave Group Die Antwoord", Stupidious! (South London Gallery, Feb 2014)
"Peachy Who-Chi? 20 Unidentified Flying Portraits", In Conversation: Equality Versus Freedom (National Portrait Gallery, June 2013)
"The Morning After: a Roundtable on Cruising for Art", Lobel, Performing Ethos, 3:2. 2011.
"Performing Refuse / Refusing Performance", Performance Studies International 18 (University of Leeds, June 2012) and Trash Conference (University of Sussex, September 2012)
"Art Crush: Promiscuous Methodologies", Chisenhale Art Club (London: March, 2011)
"Talking Like You Don't Care, And Other Angry Speeches", Performing Idea Forum, Whitechapel Gallery (London: October, 2010)
"It’s Beside You”: The Ghost in Contemporary Performance Practice and Research", Performing Idea Lab, Club Row Gallery, (London: April, 2010) and Goldsmiths University of London, Spring review, (London: May, 2010)
Adam Ant's Ridiculous Mantra: "Performance Art is Nothing to be Scared of'", Klein Kunst II, Roundhouse (November, 2009)