New comedy to delight locals
JUBILEE Pocket resident Donna Martin and Melbourne’s Sentha Govin-Vel have joined forces to bring a night of entertainment with a comical twist to the Whitsundays.
The two met in Melbourne and soon discovered that they both had a similar, wicked sense of humour.
After many entertaining encounters they decided it was time to pay it forward and give their local communities an opportunity to experience what is so regularly available in cities - an evening of side-splitting laughter at life.
Both women are master practioners and trainers of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and Hypnosis and have developed the show over the past 12 months.
The aim of the show is to highlight why people do what they do in different life stages, but with a comical twist.
“We look at different stages in life from early childhood and the way parents create the magic of Christmas with a direct phone link to Santa,” Ms Martin said.
“Then to the totally unfair parent not being accepting of their teenagers ‘really cool’ friends, through to couples that have been married for many years and still ‘not getting or remembering what I told you’.”
The night will start with canapés and mingling at Waterline on Shingley on Saturday, February 15 from 7pm, for a 7.30pm start.
As seats are limited bookings are essential.