Menopause The Musical Starring Cheryl Fergison, ellenor Patron
Following previous sell out UK and Irish Tours in 2008, 2010 and most recently early 2016, Menopause the Musical is embarking on another UK Nationwide Tour this Spring with an All Star Cast. Armed with a cast of hormonal women, memory loss one-liners and innuendo-laden versions of pop classics the tour arrives at The Orchard Theatre on Sunday 18 March.
The show features Cheryl Fergison, Eastenders favourite Heather Trott, who is a patron of ellenor, the only charity in the county that provides hospice care for people of all ages in their place of choice – – babies, children and adults – and Children’s Hospice at Home. This means that across Kent we can be there for adults, children and young people, ensuring they have access to the very best care and support.
Cheryl and her fellow cast members will be supporting the charity at its Dartford shows, collecting donations and promoting ellenor after each performance.
Cheryl Fergison is joined on the UK tour by Maureen Nolan (The Nolans), Casualty’s Rebecca Wheatley and The Al Murray Show’s Ruth Berkeley. The hysterical Menopause The Musical has entertained and inspired women across the world since 2001. Menopausal or just in need of a laugh out loud kind of night, this show is a must see for all women.
This hilarious celebration of women and ‘The Change’, is an all-singing, all-dancing comedy bringing together four women at a department store sale, who on first appearance have nothing in common.
However, the sale of a black lace bra soon stimulates comical female heart-to-hearts on hot flushes, night sweats, memory loss, chocolate binges, not enough sex, too much sex and plastic surgery.
The show will be at The Orchard Theatre on Sunday 18 March. Pre-show dining is also available before the show. The Orchard Theatre’s Restaurant provides a delicious range of, unique and memorable dishes, using the freshest local produce and prepared daily by the Head Chef. Reserve your table when booking your show tickets.
To book tickets or for more information visit orchardtheatre.co.uk or call the Ticket Office on 01322 220000.
For more information on ellenor and its work, visit www.ellenor.org.