Beaumaris Books

Beaumaris Books

In association with Black Inc. Books
Proudly presents an evening with

DAVE O’NEIL

To coincide with the release of his new book

The Summer of ‘82

    

 

When:       Tuesday 6th September 2016, 7.30pm

Where:      GINGER FOX (formerly Malt),

                  23-25 South Concourse, Beaumaris

Cost:         Book  & ticket together for just $50        

                   Also  includes admission & finger food.
                   Beverages at bar prices.
                 *Only at time of ticket purchase
                 *Only one specially priced book per ticket
 

 
                  **Phone credit card bookings accepted**
                  Ticket Only $35

Phone:      9589 4638

E-mail:      read@beaumarisbooks.com.au

    Bookings Essential

 

‘I didn’t know he was this funny’—Dave Hughes


The Summer of ‘82
Do you remember finishing your last Year 12 exam and wondering what to do next? Do you remember waiting for your results and being stuck in limbo? Do you remember going to gigs, forming a band, getting bottles thrown at you by skinheads, making a bomb and getting arrested?


Do you remember hitch-hiking to Mildura to see the love of your life, but ending up in a caravan park by yourself on New Year’s Eve? You don’t? What? Did all this only happen to Dave O’Neil?


That’s what this book is about—the summer in which Dave finished school and waited ten weeks to find out whether he’d make it into uni or have to get that trade his dad kept banging on about.

The Summer of ’82 is an hilarious and heartfelt journey of a boy becoming a man in suburban Australia.

DAVE O’NEIL is one of our most loved comedians. He has been performing stand-up for over twenty-five years, has been part of some of Australia’s most successful FM radio teams, and is a regular on our TV screens, where he holds the honour of having the most guest appearances on ABC’s iconic Spicks and Specks (over fifty!). He is also a successful writer, columnist and actor. The Summer of ’82 is his fifth book.

 

Written by Andrew Martin — August 09, 2016