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The Book Club at Subiaco Arts Centre

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by Douglas Sutherland-Bruce (subscribe)
Douglas has been a professional food writer since 1986. He is also an award-winning actor and director in Community Theatre and has been for many years. His blog may be found at:
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Take a page out of Amanda's book
The Book Club is the story of genteel housewife and mother, Deborah and her addiction to books.

With her children having flown the coop and an unattentive husband, the spice of Deborah's life is her book club. For the women who take part, it's a meeting of minds and their very different lifestyles.

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Amanda Muggleton in "The Book Club"

For Deborah, the club is a chance to gather the juicy gossip of her friends' lives and relationships, but when a famous author
joins the group for a study session, Deborah's own life suddenly switches from an old wives' tale to the stuff of erotic fiction. The ensuing affair takes her love of linguistics to a whole new level.

Leading Australian actress, Amanda Muggleton, is returning to Perth to reprise her Helpmann Award-nominated role as Deborah in the raucous one-woman hit, The Book Club by Rodney Fisher from the play by Roger Hall.

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Amanda Muggleton in "The Book Club"

Amanda Muggleton is regarded as one of Australia's most legendary leading ladies. Her diverse career encompasses
theatre, television, film, radio, musical theatre and cabaret.

Directed and designed by Rodney Fisher, The Book Club will play at the Subiaco Arts Centre from 4 8 June 2013.

WARNING: Contains strong language & adult themes. Not recommended for patrons under 16 years. Tickets available through Ticketek.

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The Book Club
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Why? Adult, witty, effortless one woman show
When: 7:30pm and 2:00pm
Phone: 0424 368 839
Where: Subiaco Arts Centre, 180 Hamersley Road, Subiaco
Cost: From $39.50
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