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Just A Spoonful Podcast Live

Just A Spoonful Podcast is being recorded live for the first time at the Wheeler Centre.

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Just A Spoonful is the podcast that is young and fully sick! This warm, funny podcast brings you long-form conversations between host Kaitlyn Blythe and other young Disabled/chronically ill creatives talking about how they’re living and what they live for.

On 2021’s International Day of People With Disability, host Kaitlyn Blythe presents a live recording of the show. She’ll be joined by guests Alistair Baldwin (The Weekly, Hard Quiz) and Jessica Healy Walton (Introducing Teddy, Growing Up Disabled In Australia), both of who wrote for the hilarious ‘disability episode’ of ABC’s Get Krack!n.

They’ll chat about disabled representation on screen and behind the scenes, the comedy in being disabled, and storytelling that’s for us by us.

COVIDsafe information about attending in-person at The Wheeler Centre: Audiences over the age of 16 attending the Wheeler Centre must show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or a valid medical exemption as a condition of entry. All staff on-site at the Wheeler Centre will also be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. If you are unable to provide proof of vaccination, you will not be able to visit the Wheeler Centre at this time.

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Accessibility information for attending in person from The Wheeler Centre’s website.

Supported by the City of Melbourne Arts Grants And Auspiced by Arts Access Victoria.

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