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This hilarious and critically acclaimed political farce set in a working class suburb of Milan, centres on direct action by housewives against inflationary supermarket prices. Outraged, they ransack their local supermarket but must then struggle to hide their ill-gotten gains from both their trade unionist husbands and an increasing onslaught of suspicious policemen. The sight of local officials hung up in wardrobes and impossible fake pregnancies sit neatly side by side with the real dangers of unemployment and political crisis in a highly amusing, fast-moving piece from one of the modern masters of farce.
'Good Mourning Mrs. Brown' is part of the hilarious series written by and starring Brendan O'Carroll. This is the first time the production is heading out as a full UK arena tour. In this hilarious show in which Brendan has received some of the best reviews of his career, we see Agnes Brown planning Granddad's funeral. The only problem is granddad is not dead. What could go wrong?
A one-woman show charting the adventures and misadventures of four generations of West Belfast women! Trisha (a 60-something with a passion for writing), Chelsea Marie (an air stewardess extraordinaire with a tangled love life), Davina Corrina (a 16-year-old schoolgirl with the taste for the high life and Russian vodka) and Granny Eileen (fighting the cruel blows of fate) are all struggling in their own ways to deal with changes in their lives and find a way forward. An hilarious, touching and entertaining show not to be missed!
The loveable Maggie Muff is back in the highly anticipated sequel to 50 Shades of Red White and Blue and Dirty Dancin in le Shebeen. The one you've all been waiting for! Maggie and Big Sally-Ann are on top form as they head to Benidorm on a ?Feg Run' to smuggle cigarettes home and sell for a profit. What with Billy Scriven getting someone up the duff, and Igor the Dogger being caught out having ten kids and a wife, the chums need a holiday! Sun, Sea, Sangria and Sticky Vicky! Sure what more is there to want? But here, it turns out to be a holiday they will never forget. We're talking a dive on a pedalo (and I don't mean into the sea), a slider from the poke man (not of the ice-cream variety) and some nudists from Rathcoole that have Big Sally-Ann in a tizzy. And you'll never guess who makes an appearance at the All-Inclusive breakfast buffet...
Pope John Paul I is not long dead, autumn is closing in and Pat Farnon has ?some business' to do in town. Set in Ireland in October 1978, The Man In The Woman's Shoes follows the life of Pat Farnon as he walks to town and back again. Funny, tender and at times downright daft, this beautifully observed piece has toured across the USA and Ireland, including a sell-out run at the Abbey Theatre in Dublin.
The angst of being a teenager and all of the troubles that go with it, as seen through the eyes of Adrian Mole (aged 13 3/4). Join him as he experiences the trials and tribulations of life, love, family, friends and puberty!
Every autumn, two and a half thousand pink-footed geese fly from Greenland to winter at Fala Flow, a protected peatbog south-east of Edinburgh. From this windy plateau, Karine Polwart surveys the surrounding landscape through history, song, birdlore and personal memoir. Ideas of sanctuary, maternity, goose skeins, Scottish football legend and medieval medicine all take flight, in this compelling combination of story and song.