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Kathy Lette's Big Night Out

When:

Thu 12 Mar 2020, 7:30pm–8:30pm
Fri 13 Mar 2020, 1:00pm–2:00pm

Where: HOTA, Home of the Arts, 135 Bundall Road, Surfers Paradise, Queensland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adult: $45.00
  • Concession: $40.00
  • Member: $38.25
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"Women are each other's human wonder bras—uplifting, supportive and making each other look bigger and better." - Kathy Lette

Best known as the writer of many novels including Puberty Blues. How to Kill Your Husband (and Other Handy Household Hints), Foetal Attraction, and Nip’n’Tuck, Kathy has decided it’s time to take centre stage to share intimate details of her varied and multi-coloured personal, social and professional lives.

The Australian born author, screenwriter, journalist, party girl and all-round bonne vivant will present a psychological striptease taking the Gold Coast from Puberty Blues to ‘menopause blues’, with tales of love, lust, men, marriage, pregnancy, childbirth, mastitis, sexist bosses, teenage-daughter-wrangling, ageing, toy boys, making the Queen laugh, hiding Julian Assange in her attic, tongue-kissing Prince William and Close Encounters of the George Clooney Kind, en route.

Kathy also talks poignantly about the trials, tribulations and the hilarity of raising a child on the autistic spectrum, from the times Jules came home from school with a sign sticky-taped to his back saying “Kick me I’m a retard” to his success playing Jason on Holby City.

"Deliciously rude & darkly funny." - Nicole Kidman

Presented by HOTA, Home of the Arts.