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- When -

Thursday 1 November, 2018
Arrive 7:00pm for mingling and drinks
7:30pm to be seated for the lecture

- Where -

MacLaurin Hall, University of Sydney


- Who -

Our guest lecturers this year is the Nigerian social media star and satirist Adeola Fayehun, you can read more about her below. The lecture will of course also feature all your favorite Chasers, and the other two.


- Why -

Why a lecture? Why so expensive? Why bother? Simple, the answer for all of the above, is for charity of course! All funds raised will support the amazing work of our partner organisations.


- How do I buy tickets? -

Keep on scrolling, they're right below.


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Adeola Fayehun

Chaser Lecturer 2018

"Nigeria's favourite satirist"

Our guest lecturer this year is social media star Adeola Fayehun. Described by The Guardian as "Nigeria's favourite satirist", Adeola is a satirist and journalist who focusses on issues that affect the daily lives of people across the African continent. She achieved global prominence for her 2015 on-street interview - or what Tony Abbott would call a "Chaser-style stunt" - where she asked Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe when he would step down.

Formerly a reporter with SaharaTV, Adeola now hosts the satirical news show Keeping It Real with Adeola on YouTube, where she has amassed a following of more than 200,000 subscribers.

Videos

- About the 2017 Lecturers -

Watch now

- The 2016 Lecture -

Introductory Speeches

Sakdiyah Maruf

Dicko gets decked

- Clips of the 2015 Lecture -

Introduction to the introduction

The Norton-Lodge Foundation

The Arab Spring

- The Full 2015 Lecture -

Introductory Speeches

Bassem Youssef

Q&A

About the Chaser

The Chaser is a satirical media empire which rivals Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation in all fields except power, influence, popularity and profitability.

Founded in 1999 as a fortnightly satirical newspaper produced out of a spare bedroom, the team decided to leave behind the highly profitable bedroom print industry in 2001 after being offered a TV contract by Andrew Denton if they agreed to stop stealing his letterbox. Since those humble beginnings, the Chaser team has lost its humility and has produced Classic™ comedy in all media, including print, online, radio, television and Christmas crackers.

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