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Sticky Digits

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Jenny May Morgan’s alter ego, erotic fiction author Pamela DeMenthe, bestows an hour of pleasure on her clamouring fans in this original and hilarious show.

The acclaimed writer introduces her 28th novel (this year) and in a gesture designed to give something back to her fans is now offering a writing workshop for aspiring authors.

Pamela begins her workshop with an insight into her own journey, helping us understand how her writing retreat in Andalucía, Spain, started her on the road to literary masterpiece.

With the steady hand of her mentor, Raul Fernandez, to guide her – and her supportive husband, Keith – Pamela is now the leading erotic fiction author of South West Gloucestershire.

Pamela’s story is told with gusto and realism, and her audience are left breathless and eager to hear excerpts from her latest novel, Sticky Digits, which she is only too happy to share.

The self-published author reveals many of her writing techniques to her eager erstwhile writers (the audience) including how to encourage sponsorship by including liberal mentions of Australia’s number one store throughout the presentation.

The content is not for the faint hearted and fully embraces the erotic fiction theme, inviting plenty of guffaws, chuckles and giggles continuously throughout the show as audience members get the jokes in their own time.

Pamela’s show is a non-stop ride of hilarity, using a variety of medium (think groceries) and performance art, to deliver a truly unique, one woman show.

Morgan is sensational in her role and displays strong characterisation and dramatic skill.

The audience is fully drawn into the character to the point where it feels like you really get to know Pamela and her struggles for sexual fulfilment.

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Linda-Smith

Review by Linda Smith on 03 Feb 2019

Linda Smith is a professional writer, marketing and event officer, and published author of The Santa Files, The Elves Go East and Teaching Skills for Ball Games. She is a fan of the theatre and is always on the lookout for new and interesting shows and entertainment.