The Scummy Mummies Christmas Show
The Scummy Mummies are back, this time to talk about the highs and lows of Christmas, at Theatre Royal Winchester, from Tuesday 17 – Wednesday 18 December.
Due to popular demand, comedians Helen Thorn and Ellie Gibson return with The Scummy Mummies Christmas Show, to give stressed out mums of Winchester a break this festive season.
Donning brand-new cat-suits, the comic duo – known for their filthy jokes and award-nominated podcast, Scummy Mummies – perform a seasonal show packed full of scummy carols, scummy Santa stories, yuletide sketches, festive jokes – and more.
The pair are famous for making jokes for ‘less-than-perfect-parents’ and presenting a podcast that sees them interviewing comedians such as Mel Giedroyc and Dara O’Briain, and parenting influencers like the Unmumsy Mum. Their podcast is now one of the UK’s most popular parenting podcasts, and has been downloaded over 2.5 million times and in more than 150 counties.
A show for over 18s only, The Scummy Mummies Christmas Show promises to be the welcome relief that every mum at Christmas is looking for.
A post-show book signing follows each performance.
The Scummy Mummies Christmas Show will be at Theatre Royal Winchester from Tuesday 17 – Wednesday 18 December. Find out more, or book tickets, at theatreroyalwinchester.co.uk or call the Box Office on 01962 840 440.
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