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An Evening of Filth And Despair

Taking the erotic fantasy thriller genre by storm, author Pamela DeMenthe scorches the pages with her latest release and masterpiece Sticky Digits, about a woman called Mandy who thought she’d never love again – until she meets the ultra sexed Tesco delivery man Rodrigo. A metaphorical fire ignites over the shopping, but will a raven come between them? Pamela invites you to share her journey as an author and hear a performance of Sticky Digits.

“A spellbinding erotic masterpiece, will set pulses racing and also explores the inner workings of the human condition, whilst commenting on the health and safety regulations of south west nuclear power organisations” DeMenthe publishing

Written and performed by Jenny May Morgan, An Evening of Filth and Despair sees aspiring erotica author Pamela DeMenthe attempt to promote her latest release. Influenced by comedy writers such as Julia Davis and Chris Morris, think Mills and Boon through the medium of performance storytelling.

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“An entertaining hour with plenty of laughs and surprises… Deserves its place at the festival.”
Manchester Confidential

“Very funny and well-performed… Morgan has great comic delivery and timing, and Lindsey Chapman’s direction keeps everything moving at a brisk pace with some very clever and perfectly timed use of projection… Quite rude in places, well worth looking out for.”
British Theatre Guide

“Morgan’s performance was a slow burner, building as the play progressed and reaching a climax in a scene where De Menthe reads an extract from her new novel Sticky Digits… A very fun piece… Whether or not this is the last we see of De Menthe I don’t know, but it certainly feels like a character that could have further outings should the chance arise.”
Now Then Manchester

“Morgan has created a brilliant character in DeMenthe… Her comic delivery is understated and while her material is firmly lodged in the gutter it manages to avoid going for the cheap laughs.”
The Big Issue in the North