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About Mutton - You Must Be Joking

A unique and brilliantly funny comedy sketch show that appeals to women of all ages and the men that have to live with them!

"Great fun" - Lorraine Kelly

Hot on the heels of a hugely successful Edinburgh Festival and 2007 tour, which included ' sell-out shows at The Lowry in Salford (returning this year!) , Wolverhampton Arena and Yvonne Arnaud at Guildford, this is your chance to see three 40/ 50-something ladies' fresh and entertaining take on reaching that ‘certain age' and all the trials and tribulations involved. This is a show where you won't feel embarrassed to 'wet yourself'!

These fast and hilarious comedy sketches are not only for the women who 'suffer' but for their men who will be 'oh, so familiar' with what they see.

"Short, very funny sketches by three excellent writer/performers" - Edinburgh Metro

"An original stand-up show where you leave with more laughter lines than you came in with" - Express and Star Wolverhampton

From hot flushes (or 'power surges' as the girls like to call them!) and memory loss, to HRT and bladder weakness ... no subject is too taboo to tackle!
These three women know more than most about juggling careers with demanding children, long suffering partners, too little money, overgrown gardens and never ending housework.

Jean Heard has worked extensively in TV, film and on stage including No Sex Please We're British at The Strand Theatre and TV's The Bill. Donna Flinn's wealth of experience has included touring in her own stand up show as well as performing regularly on tour with The New Seekers. RADA trained Julia Munrow has written for the National Film Theatre and appeared on stage in countless productions including most recently Underground at The Barbican.

"Without vulgarity, just clever true humour, all of these sketches are instantly recognizable and display what we all have to look forward to!" - Bucks Herald