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Scummy Mummies bring comedy show to town

Where: Sundial Theatre, Cirencester

When: Saturday, February 9, 8pm

The Scummy Mummies comedy duo are making their way to the Sundial Theatre in Cirencester next month.

Following their sell-out UK tour, comedians Helen Thorn and Ellie Gibson are bringing their popular comedy show to the Sundial Theatre.

The duo host a fortnightly chat show for less-than-perfect parents and perform live shows around the UK.

The show covers a wide range of parenting topics, from pelvic floors and play-dates to farting and fish fingers. Expect songs, sketches, stand-up and very scummy stories!

Ellie Gibson was born and raised in south-east London and is too lazy to leave. She is a wife, mother, veteran video games journalist and stand-up comedian, often all at the same time.

Helen Thorn originally hails from some tiny town in Australia straight out of A Country Practice, but has lived in the UK for many years. She is also a stand-up comedian and has been on telly and everything.

The show is based on the UK's No.1 Kids and Family Podcast, as recommended by The Guardian, The Sunday Times, The Telegraph and BBC's Woman's Hour.

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