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No subject is taboo for Hormonal Housewives

Where: Cheltenham Town Hall

When: Sunday, March 31, 7.30pm

'Hormonal Housewives' is a witty, topical, rude and extremely funny three-hander that starts a mammoth 2019 UK tour later this month.

Starring Vicki Michelle ('Allo 'Allo, Emmerdale) with Josephine Partridge (Top Girls) and co-writer Julie Coombe, this no-holds-barred show blasts its way through a catalogue of women's bits: weight gain, weight loss, mood swings, housework, homework, electrolysis, men, sex, working out, staying in, going out, celebrity gossip, a lot of chocolate...and you get the idea!

For these 'Hormonal Housewives' no subject is taboo and no thought too private as the challenges of modern womanhood are sliced, diced and put to rights by this vivacious cast.

A seriously funny evening - what these women can't teach you about modern womanhood isn't worth knowing...

The Stage said: "Hormonal Housewives hits the proverbial spot for the hordes of females who are hell bent on having a laugh at both their own expense and that of the male species."

The show comes to Cheltenham Town Hall on Sunday, March 31.

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