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An evening with comedy legend Michele A'Court

An evening with comedy legend Michele A'Court


When: Wednesday 15 April, 7.30pm
Where:
The Bruce Mason Theatre
Cost:
$24 - tickets available via Ticketmaster.

The North Shore Libraries Foundation invites you to enjoy a fun night out to hear how Michele's award-winning comedy show has now become a book, Stuff I forgot to tell my daughter.

Female Comedian of the Decade at the 2010 NZ Comedy Guild Awards, comedian and writer, Michele A’Court will be appearing at the Bruce Mason Centre for one night only.

She will be talking about her memoir of motherhood, Stuff I forgot to tell my daughter, a funny, wise, honest and wonderfully diverse book about relationships, family and life.

Michele will be introduced by high-profile journalist and publisher, Finlay Macdonald, and will then entertain the audience with her unique take on motherhood - just in time for Mother’s Day!

Copies of Michele's books will be available for sale and signing, courtesy of her publisher HarperCollins and bookseller John Graham from PaperPlus.

This event is brought to you by the North Shore Libraries Foundation, with ticket sales supporting Auckland’s North Shore libraries.

http://www.aucklandlibraries.govt.nz/EN/Events/Events/Pages/aneveningwithmicheleacourt


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