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See Also: Live at the Wheeler Centre

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Join pop culture aficionados Kate Jinx and Brodie Lancaster for a special live recording of their hit podcast See Also.

About the Event

Skipping across the pop culture spectrum, See Also is a runaway hit podcast from Melbourne duo Kate Jinx and Brodie Lancaster. Every episode, they dissect the TV shows, films and books everyone is talking about, forgotten cult classics they’ve been revisiting, and everything in between.

Bookending each episode with recommendations for restaurants, gigs, skincare, fashion and even life admin, they share everything you need to know to plug in to the zeitgeist.

Since its launch in 2022, See Also has amassed a loyal following of listeners – now, for Spring Fling, Kate and Brodie will record the podcast’s first ever live episode.

Join them at the Wheeler Centre along with special guest, actor and writer María Angelico, for your pop culture download. Add to Cart!

Tickets

Full Price $20
Concession $15

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Single tickets on sale from 10am Monday 7 August.

 

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Accessibility

Assistive Listening

Accessible toilets available

Registered Assistance Animals welcome

Wheelchair accessible

Please notify us of all access requirements when booking online so we can assist you with your visit. If you require further information, please contact reception on 03 9094 7800 or ticketing@wheelercentre.com.

About the Podcast

Explore more episodes of the See Also podcast.

About Spring Fling

Spring Fling returns in 2023, and this year we’re going Above and Beyond.

We’re looking further, delving deeper, and asking bigger questions with outstanding thinkers who are reshaping our world and envisioning extraordinary futures.

Spring Fling is supported by the Victorian State Government.

 

Spring Fling

Featuring

Kate Jinx

Kate Jinx is a film curator, writer and broadcaster (mostly). She is a features & talks programmer at the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF), director of programming at Sydney’s Golden Age Cinema, and regularly appears in print and on TV talking about arts & words. She is the co... Read more

Brodie Lancaster

Brodie Lancaster is an author and essayist from Melbourne. Her work has appeared in publications including the New York Times, Vogue Australia, the Guardian and New York magazine. Her first book, the pop culture memoir No Way! Okay, Fine, was published by Hachette in 2017. She co-hosts See Also, a w... Read more

María Angelico

María Angelico is an award-winning actor, writer and artist based in Australia. María works extensively on screen, most notably in Netflix’s series Sisters; ABC’s The Newsreader; Netflix’s Stateless produced by Cate Blanchett; ABC’s Retrograde, Blizzards’ World of Warcraft and in her rec... Read more

Location

The Wheeler Centre

176 Little Lonsdale Street Melbourne Victoria 3000

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