If you booked tickets to events at The Interrobang prior to 1pm on Thursday 19 November, some venue and schedule changes have occurred which may affect you.
By now you should have received an email notifying you of the time and venue changes relevant to your event. Your tickets will remain valid despite any changes.
We apologise for any inconvenience. If you have any questions related to ticketing and schedule changes, or have not received a notification of the changes, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why be good? Questions of work, love and feminism What's the 'good' in the good fight? Why are people nicer when it’s your birthday? When is Australia racist? What future do we want – and deserve?
These events are now free, and will take place at the Wheeler Centre, 176 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne. You will automatically be refunded the cost of your tickets. The new times for these events are now available on our updated schedule.
Why are so many people intimidated by poetry, but love song lyrics? (Alan Brough) Is the attainment of physical beauty a classist pursuit? (Anne Summers) Would it advantage Australia by changing the names of our capital cities to their Indigenous language names? (Gregory Phillips) Do we become more politically conservative as we get older? (Tom Elliott) How does the world end? (Upulie Divisekera) Does the universe have a memory? (Alan Duffy)
These events have changed times. The new times for these events are now available on our updated schedule.
Rob Delaney and Benjamin Law: Are cockroaches attracted to human tears, and if so, why? Questions on notice Is the concept of a country obsolete? One last question: are words more important than actions?
These events are now taking place at The Athenaeum Theatre at 188 Collins Street, Melbourne. A general reserve area at the front of the Athenaeum will be held for patrons carrying Ticketmaster-issued tickets. The new times for these events are now available on our updated schedule.
Cheryl Strayed and Megham Daum: What is it to be wild?
This event is now taking place at The Athenaeum Theatre, 188 Collins Street, Melbourne. Tickets booked for the Regent will be reissued to a comparable seat at the Athenaeum, reallocated on a row by row basis. Replacement tickets will be available for collection from the Athenaeum Box Office from 11am onwards on Saturday 28 November – please allow extra time to collect tickets.
Why does ‘i’ come before ‘e’, except after ‘c’? (Mary Norris and Jane Caro)
This event is now taking place at the Athenaeum Theatre, 188 Collins Street, Melbourne, and now at 6:00pm–7:00pm.
Truth is stranger than fiction. Can fiction be stronger than truth? (Geraldine Brooks and Mark Colvin) What is the best way to destroy the internet before it destroys us? (Cory Doctorow and Alan Brough) Does science fiction give us an unrealistic expectation that we can effectively inhabit Mars? Questions on discovery, imagination and progress Will the world be a safer place when more women occupy positions of power? (Rukmini Callimachi and Anne Summers)
These events are now taking place at Collins Street Baptist Church, 174 Collins Street, Melbourne. The new times for these events are now available on our updated schedule.