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The Clubhouse with Mel Buttle


Thu 21 Nov 2013, 8:30pm–10:00pm

Where: The Waratah Hotel, 272 Murray St, North Hobart, Tasmania

Restrictions: 18+

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  • General Admission: $15.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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This month Mel Buttle joins us for The Clubhouse. Hooray!

Hosted by David Bakker and Tracey Cosgrove with the triumphant return of Tim Logan and other supports, this massive show promises big fun and plenty of laughs.

Presale tickets available from The Waratah Hotel, or you can try your luck on the door.
Doors open at 8:00pm and the show kicks off at 8:30pm, so get in early for a good seat or even earlier for some delicious dinner.

We had Mel down for The Clubhouse back in April 2011 and we've been dying to get her back.
Mel is a hilarious bundle of contradictions, and she’s a package that is rapidly making herself felt in all mediums, right across the country.

No stranger to print, Mel has her own column in Triple J’s own J Mag called ‘How Embarrassment’ and she has provided humorous articles for ABC’s The Drum website as well as being invited to write a special piece for Madison Magazine’s International Women’s Day edition.

This year she’s been seen on the telly with ABC2’s Comedy up Late, Tractor Monkeys and Channel Tens This Week Live.

She also won The Director Choice Award at the 2013 Melbourne International Comedy Festival with her sold out show, How Embarrassment.

“With the confidence, presence and sarcasm of a young Kitty Flanagan, Buttle had the audience eating out of her hand with some hilariously wrong stories…” -The West Australian, August 2010

"Searingly honest wisecracker. Her potent and polished debut promises comedy greatness" -Sydney Morning Herald, April 2010