Girls Just Wanna Have Fun 2021


Doors open 6.45pm
Show starts 7.30pm


£26.50


Date: 09 September 2021

Cost:

£26.50



9 September 2021

From the writers of the hit comedy Hormonal Housewives, Girls Just Wanna Have Fun is the
brand-new musical comedy show that does exactly what it says on the tin.

Join the star cast of four refreshingly honest and unreserved girls on a riotous evening of
laugh-out-loud sketches and classic pop anthems that define being a 21st Century woman.
We take a no-holds-barred comedy romp through everything life throws at a modern day
woman, dating, relationships, breakups, fashion, dieting, chocolate, more dieting, sex, going
out, staying in, wine, more wine and of course, men. All are thrown under the microscope of
uproarious dissection – no subject is too taboo!

Get involved and come along to channel your inner diva because Girls Just Wanna Have Fun!


Upcoming Events in Telford

24 Nov 2021

7.30pm
Doors open 6.45pm


Tiered seats £19

Cabaret table seats £22

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08 Dec 2021

Various start times - please see our website for details

Doors open approx 45 minutes before the show begins


Tickets

Off Peak (8-17 December & 27 December-2 January)
Band A: Adult £21 Child/Concession £17 Family of 4 £70
Band B: Adult £18 Child/Concession £16 Family of 4 £62
Band C: £8 (restricted view)
Groups 10+ £15

Peak (18-26 December)
Band A: Adult £23 Child/Concession £19 Family of 4 £78
Band B: Adult £20 Child/Concession £18 Family of 4 £70
Band C: £10 (restricted view)
Groups 10+ £17

Opening Night (Thursday 9 December)
All tickets £15

Telford Loyalty Card Holders £15 on
Friday 17 December at 6.30pm and
Wednesday 29 December at 1.30pm

BSL signed performance
Wednesday 29 December 5.30pm

Relaxed performance
Sunday 2 January 11am

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