Mel Buttle - Hands on Heads

Mel Buttle - Hands on Heads

Date & time
Fri 28 Feb 2020
8:15pm to 9:15pm
Add to Calendar 2020-02-28 20:15 2020-02-28 21:15 Australia/Brisbane Mel Buttle - Hands on Heads OK, listening please. Lachlan, I can wait… thank you. The rules are clear; no ipods, no undershirts and Lachlan if I have to ask you to be quiet again, you’ll be spending your lunchtime in Mrs MacCallum’s office. Young Mel was easily distracted and chatty in class, often told to choose more appropriate classmates to sit next to. Ironically, she became a teacher, and then a comedian and a TV host – three careers where it’s always her turn to speak. Location: Visy Theatre Brisbane Powerhouse, 119 Lamington Street, New Farm
Age

Suitable for ages 15+. Contains coarse language.

Cost

Admit: $28-35 - plus transaction fee of $6.90

OK, listening please. Lachlan, I can wait… thank you. The rules are clear; no ipods, no undershirts and Lachlan if I have to ask you to be quiet again, you’ll be spending your lunchtime in Mrs MacCallum’s office.

Young Mel was easily distracted and chatty in class, often told to choose more appropriate classmates to sit next to. Ironically, she became a teacher, and then a comedian and a TV host – three careers where it’s always her turn to speak.

Location: Visy Theatre

Bookings

Venue

Brisbane Powerhouse, 119 Lamington Street, New Farm

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