Which school should you choose for Jemima? How can you do Paris’ 8th birthday party for under $5000? And do you really qualify as a ‘skiing family’?
Known for her zany performances Kate Hanley Corley has performed sell-out Melbourne International Comedy Festival seasons as the world’s first foreign Geisha (Memoirs of an Aisha) and more recently as French fashion snob Fanny Bouffante in French Women Do Everything Better.
Once again she teams up with her comedy mentor Edwina Exton, and talented composer Emma Hart, to produce original songs “(Wanna be a) Mum in the 70s”, “South Yarra Mum” and “Which School should I choose for Jemima?”