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Mum’s the Word

13th October 2023 7:30 pm

 

The Mother of all Shows. The stuff nobody tells you about parenthood … until it’s too late.

This witty, entertaining show stars LAURIE BRETT (Eastenders’ Jane Beale), joined by SARITA PLOWMAN and POPPY TIERNEY.

Whether it’s leaving the house without your bra, crying in the supermarket aisles for no reason, or secretly thinking you had given birth to E.T. You won’t feel alone when listening to these women portray the “beauty” of bringing new life into the world…or forgetting where they left it.

An uplifting, honest show navigating Motherhood and the drama life throws at you, because creating life and raising a good human Isn’t enough without the occasional bump along the way.

If you’re a mum-to-be, about to have your first grandchild or even the cat’s mother in need of a witty romp through the trials and tribulations of parental life, then this is the show for you.

For all the men who want to know what women want – please take your seats!

“Hysterically Funny”
“Thoroughly Enjoyable”
“Impossible to dislike”

Due to illness, Cheryl Fergison will be unable to appear in Mum’s the Word. Laurie Brett (Eastenders’ Jane Beale) will be playing the role at this performance.

Details

Date:
13th October 2023
Time:
7:30 pm
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Price:
£32.48
Members discounts apply
Price includes 12% booking fee
Show Times:
Friday 13th October at 7.30pm

Event Reviews

  • Kathy

    I’m so sorry to have to write this in all the years I’ve been to Malvern theatre. I have never left the performance in the interval, but I must say I was very disappointed in the show from the technical issues with the mics to the coldness of the theatre did not stand good for a performance which was under par. Very disappointed.

  • Lesley

    I was horrified at this show. I cannot comprehend how describing a baby being ill in hospital humourous. My friend who had experienced this was reduced to tears. We left after 30 minutes. Worse thing i have ever seen. I did not laugh once 😡😡

  • Lauren

    Very disappointing and inappropriate content at times. The 'funny' bits weren't funny and several parts discussed were very sensitive issues.... not what you'd want to think about during this type of attempted humour. We left half way through the second half (having only stayed in the hope of improvement) to find many others had already left and complained. A few other people were stood outside in tears having been subjected to sensitive content without warning that had clearly not been expected.

  • Joanne

    This show was terrible, nothing funny about it and the depressing part hearing about a babies lungs collapsing upset one member of our party from her own experience losing her boy, we left after 40 minutes, waste of money.


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