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Take It From Me: Bella Green and Ronnie Scott

Sat 7 Sep, 9.30pm
The Moat

Host and dispenser of sexy advice Jess McGuire will bring together two wise and attractive panellists to solve your love conundrums. Those who wish to participate may anonymously submit their queries online. Those who don’t may drink and be quietly judgmental.

Ticket price includes an espresso martini or selected glass of wine on arrival. You can submit your romantic conundrums here.

Supported by the Wheeler Centre

Duration

45 minutes

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Session Artists

Bella Green is a comedian and sex worker. Her debut show Charging For It played to sold out crowds at Melbourne International Comedy Festival and was nominated for Best Comedy at Melbourne Fringe. She is currently working on a collection of personal essays about her experiences in the sex industry.

Jess McGuire is a writer, DJ, broadcaster, and MC based in Melbourne. She appears regularly on ABC Local Radio and Double J as a reviewer and cultural commentator, and for many years she was the editor of pop culture website Defamer Australia. She is a former presenter of Triple R’s flagship Breakfasters show.

Ronnie Scott is founder of The Lifted Brow and a Lecturer in Creative Writing at RMIT. His first novel The Adversary will be published in 2020.

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