Scummy Mummies: Greatest Hits Tour 2023

@ Tyne Theatre & Opera House

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03 May 2023

Join Ellie Gibson and Helen Thorn, the ‘Scummy Mummies’, as they celebrate ten years of scumminess! For a decade now, the Scummy Mummies have been touring their hit comedy show to sold-out audiences around the country and now they bring their Greatest Hits to Newcastle’s Tyne Theatre and Opera House on Wednesday 3rd May 2023.

Audiences can expect all their most-loved songs, sketches, and stand-up together for a night that will make you laugh till you wee. Guaranteed to make you feel normal about your parenting skills, or very smug about being child-free.

Theatre Director Joanne Johnson says: “We’re delighted that Scummy Mummies are returning to Tyne Theatre and Opera House with their hilarious show celebrating a wonderful ten years of comedy. They’re a fabulous duo and we can’t wait for audiences to see their hit new show.”

Their 2019 Edinburgh Fringe debut saw the entire 25-night run sell out and earned a five-star review. Their record for selling out a show from tickets going on sale is a impressive nine minutes… Join us and find out why!

Bring your gin-in-a-tin, pop a panty liner in, and let’s party!

“Highly recommended! 5 stars” – One4Review

“Very funny” – The Guardian

“Hilarious” – Broadway Baby

Venue
Tyne Theatre & Opera House
117 Westgate Road
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 4AG

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