Review: Grumpy Old Women @ King George’s Hall, Blackburn

Review: Grumpy Old Women @ King George’s Hall, Blackburn

Review: Grumpy Old Women @ King George’s Hall, Blackburn

First published in Stage Preston and Leyland Citizen: Photograph of the Author by , Online reporter

Choosing to spend an evening listening to three women moan is a strange concept.

But the light-hearted, and frank musings provided plenty of comedy material.

The trio were very funny, during the stand-up parts of the performance and the short sketches that broke up their direct interaction with the audience.

They discussed why the best Prime Minister would be Margaret from The Apprentice, with her no nonsense approach, why the best discos are the ones in your own kitchen and why women don’t want men to know how to work the washing machine, so we can moan that they never help around the house.

In my opinion, Jenny Éclair delivered by far the best lines, but all three got some huge laughs, the audience clearly showing their agreement with the things in life that wind them up.

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