Set in the late 1980’s/early 1990’s, The Mother’s Club™ explores the journey of dating, falling in love, getting married, falling pregnant and having children over a 25 year period.
Help out and have a chuckle too
Special Announcement – Jane Kellaway has decided that with this performance she will support the charity Aussie Helpers, which is providing much needed help to farming families affected by the drought. Proceeds from the 7th December show will be donated to Aussie Helpers.
A journey through childhood, teenage years, the first tentative steps into womanhood and then the whirlwind rollercoaster ride of marriage, family… the highs and the lows of it all.
All wrapped up with a few words that will make us all think of our own journeys through life to where we are now.
A brilliant show, all the songs, music, script and backgrounds on stage brought
to life from the creative mind of Jane, her husband Fred and some special friends.
Saturday 7th December 2019
- 7.15pm Entry
- Showtime: 7:30pm
- Show Only $40.00
- Show-only group (6+) $37.00
- Seniors Show Only $34.00
- Supper & Show $55.00
- Supper & Show Couple $99.00
*booking fees apply
- Online by clicking the ‘Book Tickets‘ button
- Phone Bookings: 0418 241 218
Duration: approximately 120 minutes, with an interval of 20 minutes.
Approximate end time: 9.30pm
Mothers, and anyone who loves their Mother, wife, sister, aunt….
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About the writers:
Jane Kellaway –
Jane’s musical theatre journey has begun. Known for her radio prowess, 3 times People’s Choice Award Winner in Country Music for “Most Popular Presenter” and years of experience in country and gospel music, Jane has combined her skills and teamed up with husband Fred to bring you The Mother’s Club™.
Fred Kellaway –
Fred married Jane, had 4 kids and decided he needed a return on his investment. The only way he could do this was to write about them – The Mother’s Club™ was born.
Fred has also written numerous country and gospel songs, plays guitar and bass and is a successful business man. He was kicked out of school at 14 and told by the teachers he would never amount to anything. Could you imagine if he had listened to them!