Sticky Digits

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1 Venue

Tiki as FK

Upstairs 91a James St, Northbridge, WA, 6003

18+ venue or accompanied by parent or legal guardian

Suitability and warnings: 18+

Other Warnings:

Sexual References

Kleenheat Sizzle Factor: Hot

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About this event

★★★★★ The WeeReview.

In this hilarious character comedy the Queen of erotic fiction, Pamela DeMenthe invites her fans to learn the secrets of her success & enjoy a sneak preview of her seminal novel, Sticky Digits. However, during the reading things take a darker turn & it becomes clear that this book reveals much more about her own saucy desires & troubles than she anticipated. This comedy theatre promises a hilarious rollercoaster of salacious storytelling & sexual imagery that will be burned into the memory for years.

Pamela is confident that her latest scorcher, 'Sticky Digits' will be the novel to kick the Fifty Shades of Grey series into obscurity. But is she right?

"An hour of surreal & verbally dexterous funniness" ★★★★1/2 GD Mills, The UK Theatre Network

Presented by:
Pamela DeMenthe

Pamela trained at a writers retreat in Andulcia under the tutorage of erotic fiction guru, Raul Fernandez. Upon her return she was off, like a speeding erotic fiction bullet. That year she wrote 28 books… you may have heard of: Panties Inferno, Hooked: Romp in the Abbitoir, Butterfingers: After Hours in the Dairy and many more…. Pamela is currently working on her new prehistoric erotica eVULVAlution for release in 2019 and a new screenplay "Push up my premium: Under the covers with an underwriter”.

Edinburgh Culture Review, Edinburgh Fringe 2017 ★★★★1/2 Stars
“An unlikely tale of sexual liberation and corvids, she hits every erotica trope & uses more synonyms for the male member than you can shake a tumescent meat Popsicle at.” The List, Suzanne Black, Edinburgh Fringe 2017

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