Tell Me Something I Don't Know

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A person wearing a tshirt and backwards-facing cap holding a whiteboard in front of their mouth that says "Tell me something I don't know"
Photograph: Duncan Jacob

Time Out says

Comedians, performers, writers and artists are banding together to teach Melburnians something new

We all entered into lockdowns with such hubris. “Yes!” we collectively proclaimed, “We will use our time at home to better ourselves!” This was a lie. However, it’s never too late to learn something new, as the artists taking part in Tell Me Something I Don’t Know can attest.

Every day at 1pm during Melbourne Fringe Festival, a different artist will be taking over the festival’s Facebook page for five minutes to teach us something new. Maybe it’ll be something serious or useful – maybe it won’t. A diverse line-up of creatives have signed on to mentor at-home Melburnians, however, so you’re sure to learn something along the way from the likes of Nina Oyama, Clementine Ford, Karen from Finance and Jude Perl to name a few.


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