SUSAN CALMAN: ‘THIS LADY’S NOT FOR TURNING EITHER’ (FIRST NIGHT)

November 13, 2012 – November 24, 2012, 7:45 pm – 11:30 pm
(all times are local to the event)
Soho Downstairs/ Soho Theatre
Susan knows her own mind and wants to share it with you. Shooting from the hip, This Lady’s Not For Turning Either is her most personal and political show yet. Filled with honest confessions and perceived shortcomings; Susan’s latest hour-long show comes straight from a hugely successful sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2012, and is sure to win her yet more fans as she describes (with humble incredulity) how she met and wed the love of her life in a civil ceremony. Impassioned, political and hilarious – you can totally trust her. Don’t come if you think women aren’t funny. The fifth best reviewed show of the Edinburgh Fringe 2012 http://www.comedy.co.uk/fringe/2012/features/edinburgh_fringe_best_shows_2012/ it’s a must see for all comedy lovers. Dates Tuesday 13 November – Saturday 24 November, 7.45pm Tickets £10 – £17.50 Bookings 020 7478 0100 / www.sohotheatre.co.uk

Susan knows her own mind and wants to share it with you. Shooting from the hip, This Lady’s Not For Turning Either is her most personal and political show yet. Filled with honest confessions and perceived shortcomings; Susan’s latest hour-long show comes straight from a hugely successful sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2012, and is sure to win her yet more fans as she describes (with humble incredulity) how she met and wed the love of her life in a civil ceremony. Impassioned, political and hilarious – you can totally trust her. Don’t come if you think women aren’t funny.

The fifth best reviewed show of the Edinburgh Fringe 2012 http://www.comedy.co.uk/fringe/2012/features/edinburgh_fringe_best_shows_2012/ it’s a must see for all comedy lovers.

Tickets £10 – £17.50
Bookings 020 7478 0100 / Susan knows her own mind and wants to share it with you. Shooting from the hip, This Lady’s Not For Turning Either is her most personal and political show yet. Filled with honest confessions and perceived shortcomings; Susan’s latest hour-long show comes straight from a hugely successful sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2012, and is sure to win her yet more fans as she describes (with humble incredulity) how she met and wed the love of her life in a civil ceremony. Impassioned, political and hilarious – you can totally trust her. Don’t come if you think women aren’t funny.

The fifth best reviewed show of the Edinburgh Fringe 2012 http://www.comedy.co.uk/fringe/2012/features/edinburgh_fringe_best_shows_2012/ it’s a must see for all comedy lovers.

Tickets £10 – £17.50

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