Get Cooked With Nat’s What I Reckon

Saturday 1st June, 2024

The Dip
Peninsula Recreation Precinct
Sydney Ave, Umina Beach

$10 +bf

Get Cooked With Nat’s What I Reckon

Get Cooked With Nat’s What I Reckon

Saturday 1st June, 2024

The Dip
Peninsula Recreation Precinct
Sydney Ave, Umina Beach

$10 +bf

3:00pm – 3:45pm

Get Cooked With Nat's What I Reckon

Nat’s What I Reckon.
Moderator: Cheryl Akle

Brace yourselves, Central Coast! It’s time to bin your jar sauces and rip up your foodie pre-conceptions. Australia’s favourite sweary best mate in the kitchen, YouTube star Nat’s What I Reckon, will be joined by pal Cheryl Akle from Better Reading, in an action-packed conversation roving over good-time meals, mental health, success and more. For this festival first, this session will be recorded for the Better Reading What Are You Cooking podcast series launched in 2024. Be there, legends!


Please note: Seating is unallocated. 

Bookseller BOOKFACE will be onsite to sell books, which can be signed by the authors after the event.

Get Cooked With Nat’s What I ReckonSaturday 1st June
3:00 – 3:45pm
The Dip
Peninsula Recreation Precinct,
Sydney Ave, Umina Beach

$10 +bf

Book Tickets

Speakers

Nat's What I Reckon

Nat’s What I Reckon

Comedian, noisy musician, mental health advocate and award-winning, bestselling author Nat has collected a dedicated five million-strong online audience thanks to his sweary message of being kind to yourself. Nat’s open conversations around mental health, delivered with a dash of positivity and inclusivity have resonated with champions the world over.

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Cheryl Akle

Cheryl Akle is the founder of Better Reading, Australia’s largest online book community reaching over 500,000 people daily. Passionate about books, she is a strong advocate for Australian authors, a champion of reading and has been a leading figure in the book industry for over 30 years.

James Vella-Bardon

James Vella-Bardon

After reading law at the Universities of both Malta and Sydney, James Vella-Bardon wrote his award-winning debut novel The Sheriff’s Catch, which recounts the adventures of a Spanish Armada castaway in Tudor Ireland. In 2022 he was heralded as ‘the new king of historical fiction’ by British newspaper The Scotsman.

Catharine Coleborne

Catharine Coleborne

Catharine Coleborne is Professor of History at the University of Newcastle and best known for her writing about the histories of mental illness, institutions and care in Australia and New Zealand. Her most recent book is Vagrant Lives in Colonial Australasia, 1840 -1910 (Bloomsbury, 2024) which tells the stories of people who were arrested as vagrants in the colonies in the context of the social and legal worlds of Australia and New Zealand.