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RMIT Culture is proud to present Spring Fling in Partnership with The Wheeler Centre

Spring Fling: Sentimental Garbage – Live in Melbourne

Embrace the power of pop culture with Caroline O’Donoghue as she records a special episode of her hit podcast Sentimental Garbage live in Melbourne. 

‘I started Sentimental Garbage in defence of romance; in defence of sincerity, and sentimentality, and joy, and kissing, and women with improbable apartments and complicated sex lives, and now I don’t feel in defence of any of those at all… I just love this stuff.’

From Mariah Carey, Sex and the City and Dirty Dancing to The Sims, charcuterie boards and the cult of the ‘Chill Bride’, beloved podcast Sentimental Garbage unapologetically celebrates the cultural touchstones that aren’t always considered ‘highbrow’. 

 Notching up more than 130 episodes since 2018, the podcast has amassed a staunch worldwide following. Now, host Caroline O’Donoghue arrives in Australia for the first time to record a podcast episode exclusively for Spring Fling. 

 Live at The Capitol, O’Donoghue and a very special guest will defy the cultural cringe as they dig into an array of audience-submitted Australian pop culture moments and icons. 

RMIT Culture is thrilled to present this special event in partnership with the Wheeler Centre.

Spring Fling is supported by the Victorian Government.