in association with Rendcomb College
I am so pleased to be welcoming back the Scummy Mummies as the feature event at the very first CheltenamMaman Christmas party!
The event will be taking part at the stunning new Cotswold venue which is Rendcomb College‘s Griffin Theatre located in between Cirencester and Cheltenham and we warmly welcome Mums (and Dads – this one isn’t just for the mums – why not make it a date night) from all around the county and indeed country! This show features new content so for those who saw and loved the show in Cheltenham last November – definitely book in again and bring your husbands if you think they can handle it!
You can also find out more about Rendcomb College and the Griffin Theatre as a venue on the night.
Doors open at 7pm – there will be a pay bar and the brand new, hilarious Scummy Mummies Christmas Comedy Show will start at 7.45. The bar will remain open after the show with doors closing at 11pm.
Please note tickets for this event are non refundable. The show contains bad language and adult humour.
About the Scummy Mummies
The Scummy Mummies have featured on Lorraine ITV, BBC’s Woman’s Hour, BBC Radio 4, Sunrise Weekend (Aus), The Morning Show (Aus), The Sunday Times, The Times, The Guardian, Metro, The Evening Standard, Glamour Magazine, Kin Magazine, Smallish Magazine, Sky News, London Live and BBC World Service.
The Scummy Mummies Podcast was featured in The Guardian’s “The 50 Best Podcasts of 2016”. best podcasts of 2016
“Gregarious and likeably straight-talking” – The Telegraph
“Very funny” – The Guardian
“Utterly Brilliant” – Camp Bestival
“The two bounce off each other perfectly… Hilarious” – Broadway Baby
“Plenty of universal appeal… Make time to check out these mummies while they are still scummy” – Kangrooviews
“Our audiences love the Scummy Mummies, they are charming and hilarious. They really won the crowds over at Caversham Festival 2015 and we are thrilled they were part of Theatre Corner” – Liz Allum, Beautiful Creatures Theatre
“We were really impressed by the professionalism of the Scummy Mummies. They were so easy to work with and they evidently put in a lot of hard work to ensure the show was a success. Our audience absolutely loved their performance – you could hear giggles and squeals of enjoyment all around.” – Ellie Rogers, organiser, Blythe Hill Festival 2015