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An all-singing, all-dancing comedy set in a department store, where four women with seemingly nothing in common meet by chance at a lingerie sale.
This hysterical and uplifting show is packed full of one-liners about hot flushes and memory loss backed by an instantly recognisable soundtrack of parody versions of pop classics.
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Famous for her portrayal of obsessed George Michael fan Heather Trott, Cheryl became known to millions of fans of EastEnders until her departure from the soap in 2012.
She has made numerous celebrity appearances on shows such as Let's Dance for Sport Relief, Strictly Come Dancing- It Takes Two, Come Dine With Me and Loose Women - plus, of course, time spent on Celebrity Big Brother,
Cheryl Fergison tour dates
Best known for her success as part of one of Europe's first 'girlbands' The Nolans. More recently, Maureen has been carving out a successful solo career which, as well her two year stint in the West End with Blood Brothers, has included major UK tours of 'Mum's The Word', 'Stardust' and 'Girl's Behind', as well as numerous performances in pantomime throughout the UK.
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Actress and musician from Teddington, Middlesex, known to fans of Casualty as hospital receptionist Amy Howard. As a singer, you can expect a full throttle mix of saucy blues, standards, West End classics and deliciously heart rendering ballads.
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Ruth trained at Laine Theatre Arts, Epsom where she was awarded the Eileen Rose Cup for Musical Theatre & Ladies Singing prize. Irish Rebecca can seamlessly switch between her Irish accent and a broad range of English accents. She has had a successful theatre career incorporating both her acting and singing talent with performances including “Miss Dismore” in Singin in the Rain, “Onna Crow” in A Man of No Importance and “Lisa” in the toe tapping Mamma Mia. Her Television credits include, Sky Atlantic’s gripping Penny Dreadful, ITV’s The Al Murray Show and RTÉ’s No More Tears.
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