Jenny Eclair’s ‘How To Be A Middle Aged Woman’

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, Belvedere Road, Southbank, London 51.505717 -0.117073
Dates & Time:
8 PM
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£20 to £22, from southbankcentre.co.uk
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Jenny Eclair describes herself as being a lot of things... a grumpy old woman, a writer, a knitter, a soup maker, and a water colour painter. But the one thing that she hasn't mentioned is the one thing that she's actually good at -- a comedian! She also claims to be semi–bearded and suffering from gout (too much information).

If you've ever wondered about "How To Be A Middle Aged Woman Without Going Insane" then this is the show for you... because that's what it's called.

Personally, I haven't. Because I'm a bloke. But if I wasn't one (a bloke, I mean) and I was a woman, who was approaching that time of life which my friend calls her "twentieth 21st birthday", then I'm sure I would be (wondering about it). And therefore I would probably go to this show.

 

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