Thursday 16 September 2021 | 7:30pm
New date confirmed - Thursday 16 September 2021 | 7:30pm - Rearranged from 07/11/2020.
Please note: Tickets purchased for the original date of this performance will be valid for the new date.
Starring Linda Nolan (Nolan Sisters) | Stephanie Dooley (CBBC Creeped Out) | Niki Evans (X Factor Finalist) | Leanne Jones (Olivier Award Winner)
From the producers of Hormonal Housewives, join this star cast for a musical comedy sketch show full of laugh-out-loud antics and classic pop anthems that define what it is to be a 21st century woman.
Four refreshingly honest and unreserved girls on a riotous evening take a no-holds-barred comedy romp through everything life throws at a modern-day women: dating, relationships, breakups, fashion, dieting, chocolate, more dieting, sex, going out, staying in, wine, more wine and of course, men.
Full Price: £25.00
Groups of 10+ = 10% off order
Age guidance: Considered suitable for ages 14+
Running time: 1 hours 50 mins (including a 20-minute interval)
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