Thursday, 21 Nov 2013, 07:30pm - 08:30pm
‘Reader, I married him’ is among the world’s most famous literary quotes. Why? Marriage is one of the most life-changing of events, rivalled only by births and deaths – our entry and exit from this world.
Comedian George McEncroe gets serious about these milestones – and how they can transform us – with the help of guests who’ll share their personal and professional experiences.
George will apply her signature wit as she dives deep into the conversational waters, navigating the big issues from all angles.
Guests will include Monica Dux, Fabian Dattner, Jane Fisher, Kaz Cooke and Molly Carlile.
Sabina Read is a psychologist who consults with individuals, couples, children, families, groups, and organisations. She works with clients addressing marriage and relationship challenges, transitional issues across the lifespan, parenting and family concerns, workplace issues, and mental health. Sa... Read more
Sue Yorston commenced with Relationships Australia Victoria as manager of the Ballarat Centre and was recently appointed to the role of Senior Manager, Social Inclusion and Diversity. In this role, Sue is responsible for helping RAV to tailor its services to better meet the needs of all people of V... Read more
George McEncroe is the CEO and founder of Shebah, Australia’s ridesharing service for women. While trying to safely get her four kids where they needed to go and support her family as a single mum, she came up with an idea for a business: ridesharing that allowed an all-women fleet of driver... Read more
Nelly Thomas has been described as one of Australia’s most natural comedians. An award-winning performer, she was listed as one of Australia’s ‘most innovative thinkers’ in the Age’s The Zone and was featured on the ABC’s Big Ideas: The Smartest Stuff on TV, Radio and On... Read more
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