When:2pm-4pm, Saturday 11th November, 2017
Bring a Plate with Peter and Bec
Rebecca Shaw and Peter Taggart are back together again for a special reunion recording of Bring a Plate podcast live at Tuggeranong Arts Centre. As part of the 2017 Canberra SpringOUT Pride Festival, writer and author of No to Feminism Rebecca Shaw and writer, podcaster and host of Clip Show Peter Taggart will be reunited for this one-off pride edition of their much loved Bring a Plate podcast.
For too long this tantalising duo have been off the airwaves, separated by the tyranny of distance. Now, Canberrans have the opportunity to see the duo live in action as they bring their recording studio to Tuggeranong Arts Centre. Hilarity is certain to ensue as the pair discuss popular culture, politics, sport and of course, review a classic film.
Following the recording Rebecca will be available for book signings. Book sales will be provided by Paperchain Manuka.
Peter Taggart is a writer and podcaster from Brisbane, Australia. Peter has written for ArtsHub, The Guardian, Meanjin and SBS, has hosted shows on 2SER/Star Observer Digital and 4ZzZ and has contributed to various programs on triple j and ABC Radio Brisbane. He is the host of podcast Clip Show and co-host of the Bring A Plate podcast.
Rebecca Shaw (aka @brocklesnitch) is a writer, podcaster and creator of the parody Twitter account @notofeminism, which has just been developed into an illustrated book. She has been a content producer at SBS comedy, one of the team at The Backburner, and has written for Junkee, The Guardian and Daily Life. She is also in constant competition with Ruby Rose to become Australia’s favourite lesbian.